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Dianne Krause

TimeSpace: World - washingtonpost.com - 0 views

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    TimeSpace is an interactive map that allows you to navigate articles, photos, video and commentary from around the globe. Discover news hot-spots where coverage is clustered. Use the timeline to illustrate peaks in coverage, and customize your news searches to a particular day or specific hour.
Dianne Krause

Newseum | Today's Front Pages - 0 views

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    Every morning, more than 575 newspapers from around the world submit their front pages to the Newseum via the Internet to be part of Today's Front Pages. The Today's Front Pages gallery gives visitors an up-close look at the day's news on up to 80 newspaper front pages from every state, the District of Columbia and countries around the world. The gallery - featuring a spectacular view of the U.S. Capitol - provides the perfect setting for visitors contemplating the relationship between press and democracy. The full selection of front pages is available on newseum.org each day by 8:30 a.m. For more information, please see our Frequently Asked Questions section below.
Dianne Krause

Feed Chronicle - 0 views

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    Create and customize your own personal newspaper using feeds from your favorite sites
Dianne Krause

The Week in Rap - 0 views

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    A week's worth of news, rapped. New every Friday.
Dianne Krause

iCue - 0 views

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    iCue is a fun, innovative learning environment built around video from the NBC News Archives. Videos, games, and activities correlated to courses in U.S. History, U.S. Government and Politics, and English Language and Composition, and more. A community of friends and learners engaged in discussion around academics, current events, and important issues. A collection of Video Cue Cards, with thousands of video clips from the NBC News archives wrapped in a tradable, interactive virtual card. Take the Tour to see it in action!
Dianne Krause

Instapaper - 0 views

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    # You find something you want to read, but you don't have time now. You click Read Later. # When you have time to read, you come here on your computer or phone and get whatever you wanted to read.
Dianne Krause

Welcome to the Newseum | The Interactive Museum of News - 0 views

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    The Newseum - a 250,000-square-foot museum of news - offers visitors an experience that blends five centuries of news history with up-to-the-second technology and hands-on exhibits.
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