Monthly Archives: March 2014

Sweet History: Memories of Maple Seasons Past and Present

Snow at night that melts into muddy mush in the noonday sun – and the sap’s running! It’s maple season in NYS.  Hungry?  Just pass the syrup, please. If you have a sweet tooth and know anything about sugar maples, … Continue reading

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It’s St. Patrick’s Day – Has Your Business Found Its Pot of Gold?

Irish legends tell of pots of gold hidden at the end of the rainbow. Placed there by the Faeries and guarded by the Leprechauns, the stories say that with plenty of luck and a strong belief, you can claim the … Continue reading

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Sounds of St. Patrick: Preserving Ireland’s Rich Oral History with Audio Archives

Sounds of St. Patrick: Oral History of Ireland Through Audio Archives

Not all records of national and cultural value are papers.  Some records are, well, records… What if you wanted to get in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit by listening to a super-rare, one-of-a-kind 1910 performance of Patty Touhey singing about … Continue reading

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As Easy as PI – Symbol of Digital History

The origins of Pi are as ancient and mysterious as the number itself. But, thanks to digital history and fantastic cloud-based archives that we can all use to search and find the information we need and want, we found the … Continue reading

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Common-Sense Guide for Safe Paperless Financial Records: Spring Cleaning with a Twist

We could tell you it’s time to do your spring cleaning and “go paperless” to manage your financial records. Plenty of folks are telling you that now is a great time to do it.  Tax season is well under way, … Continue reading

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