Monthly Archives: June 2013

Gettysburg 150th: June 30, 2013

Here is a slideshow of photos shared by visitors to the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg on Sunday, June 30, 2013. [View the story “Gettysburg 150th: June 30, 2013” on Storify]

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Gettysburg 150th: June 29, 2013

Here is a slideshow of photos shared by visitors to the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg on Saturday, June 30, 2013. [View the story “Gettysburg 150th: June 29, 2013” on Storify]

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Gettysburg 150: June 28, 2013 photos

Here is a slideshow of photos shared by visitors  to the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg on Friday, June 20, 2013.   [View the story “Gettysburg 150: June 28, 2013” on Storify]

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Don’t miss: Gettysburg live stream to other Civil War content

1. Here is the view of what Union Gen. John Buford saw when he looked out from the cupola atop Schmucker Hall at the Lutheran Theological Seminary 150 years ago when he saw  Confederate soldiers advancing on Gettysburg from the west. … Continue reading

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National Park Service launches Civil War Twitter feed

The National Park Service now has a Twitter feed, @NPSCivilWarNews, for news on the Civil War and programs related to the 150th anniversary. The feed will provide information on programs and news at Civil War parks. Read stories, look through photo galleries … Continue reading

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Study looks at future of Twitter

According to this Twitter study, the micro-blogging tool might become less interactive and more of an advertising medium. According to the study, as the social media tool matures, more people will likely be consuming content on Twitter rather than producing … Continue reading

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Poll: Which device would you choose if you could only have one

poll by twiigs.com

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Solstice at Stonehedge via Geofeedia

Here are some images from folks celebrating Summer Solstice at Stonehedge. [View the story “Summer Solstice at Stonehedge” on Storify]

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Don’t miss: Civil War book and iPad app and more

1. Jim McClure writes about Yorkers discovering Brigadoon-like Bedford, Pa., on York Town Square.  2. If you haven’t read Jim McClure’s book, “East of Gettysburg,” check it out now. The book tells the story of the Confederate invasion and the lasting footprint the rebels … Continue reading

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Singer Adam Blessing really sounds like Sting in this Tout

I was at the Out Door Country Club on Saturday night with Hubs and we listened to Adam Blessing. He sounds so much like Sting here. Enjoy! Here are more of my Touts.

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