The lecture below is a little over seven minutes and is about Microsoft’s document reading tool Read Aloud, which is available in both Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Word, and as a standalone program available from the Microsoft store. The lecture also refers to an article that I wrote some time ago Read Aloud: The Proofreading Tool.
Beach replenishment has begun outside my apartment building…
keegan.wiki Document Archive has grown more than I thought it would in the six years since I created it. Hopefully, I will not run out of ideas and it will continue to do so.
Having problem with lecture link displaying properly in some of the navigation menus. I do not know why nor do I understand how to fix it.
I still do not understand why the link displayed incorrectly and the only way I can fix it was to insert a line break tag in some of the places where it wasn’t displaying properly and in the others have decided to live with it for the time being.
Added a link to the Watergate Lecture on YouTube. Additionally, deleted unneeded file in the CSS folder
Corrected minor typo in title of 1950s Video Page.
Created new video directory. Additionally, updated the menu of all three site templates. Added the following pages: Industrial Revolution, Northern Renaissance and Scientific Revolution, and Watergate Lecture.
Completed lectures index page and lecture pages. Additionally, updated Watergate presentation link and updated Watergate navigation menu with lecture link. Finally, updated all pages in 1950s unit with link to lectures in the navigation menu.
All site navigation menus have been updated with lecture link.
Below are the latest changes to jgkeegan.com.
It is getting more and more difficult to find links to good content about Doctor Who. It is even more difficult to find content that is well maintained.
Corrected minor typos in Little Rock and Eisenhower Paper.
I am amazed that I am still finding typos in work that is 12 years or more old. But, I suppose that comes with being a dyslexic.
Deleted broken link on Forensic Science Links Page.
Added links to new blog posts on the Homepage.
Deleted unused model code from Homepage.
Removed link to Facebook page about the Secret of Sherlock Holmes. Added a link to a blog post about the play, and embedded slightly better audio from SoundCloud.
I have been told that I shouldn’t drive my power chair in the street. It’s not something I like to do; but what am I supposed to do when the sidewalk is blocked?
The video below covers the resources available on the Watergate Webpage with attention to primary source documents and video.
This year marks the 15th anniversary of Kitzmiller v. Dover 2005. The Federal Court decision was an important one for anyone who supports science education. Judge John E. Jones III ruled that the Creationist idea of intelligent design violated the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment and was not science. The following lecture demonstrates that intelligent design has still not gained acceptance within the scientific community and that it is simply creationism relabeled.
- Intelligent Design, Credibility, and the Lack Thereof
- Intelligent Design is not Science
- Intelligent Design is a Social Theory
- The Separation of Church and State
- Ben Stein’s: Expelled the anti-science, anti-evolution “documentary;” bad science, bad reviews
- More on Ben Stein and Expelled
- Intelligent Design Links
Crusades hosted by Terry Jones (Monty Python) is a 1995 British television series, which examined European Christians’ efforts to take Jerusalem and other cities in the Holy Land from the Muslim Turks. In four episodes, Jones provides a basic understanding of the motivations both European Christians and the Muslim Turks. Its use of dark humor to deal with many of the unpleasant episodes of the Crusades makes the series useful in the classroom. Jones brings all his skills to the presentation of the series: trained historian, writer; comedian all can be seen in his presentation. Additionally, he holds the students attention. Below is the list of links to the programs in the series.
One of my favorite series, it is my go to program on this topic. As a historian myself, I fully understand that the historiography of any event needs to be examined from as many aspects as possible in order to obtain complete understanding of it.