History really doesn't repeat itself. It paraphrases itself.
In "today's competitive
environment," History is another one of those disciplines "useless"
to students who must learn cross-cultural orgitecht advocacy and ethics for
custom-tailored bottom-line solutions to meet customers’ unique needs.
Memes (especially bizbabble and boilerplate) are much like past events. If we
are unaware of either, we unconsciously repeat them.
|Hyper History Online||What other texts are you reading now? Here's an accessible timeline to find out what ELSE was going on.|
|Library of Congress: American Memory||Suppose you're reading a 19th Century American author. What might they have read in their time?|
|History Matters||Another good American History portal.|
|Internet History Sourcebooks Project||Edited by Paul Halsall, collections of public domain and
copy-permitted historical texts presented cleanly (without advertising
or excessive layout) for educational use.