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Review of Brian M. Linn’s The Philippine War, 1899-1902

Brian M. Linn in his book The Philippine War, 1899-1902 develops a solid foundation for understanding the United States’ military operations in the Philippine Archipelago.[1]  Professor Linn argues in his book that the Philippine War has often been misrepresented as … Continue reading

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Remembering Doug Engelbart

We all owe much more to Engelbart than we do to Steve Jobs Remembering Doug Engelbart.  

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How Medieval Arms Race Led to Swords Capable of Killing ‘Tin Can’ Knights — www.wired.com — Readability

I loved the Mongoliad series. This article is not that great but I think its worth posting. How Medieval Arms Race Led to Swords Capable of Killing ‘Tin Can’ Knights — http://www.wired.com — Readability.  

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