I found four (items 1,2,4, and 7) of the nine items in the scavenger hunt.
I used google (unless otherwise stated) for the searches.
I first searched on the words “Leon Trotsky audio recording english”. However this brought up too many results that were not specific enough. I then searched on just “Leon Trotsky audio” and the first result was the link below which had a recording of Trotsky speaking in English about Show Trials.
I search on a number of variations of key words "1915", "suffrage" and "poem" along with the exact phrase "When all the women wanted it"
Google then asked if I meant to type "When all the women want it" Eventually I just typed in "When all the women wanted it" with no other key words and quickly found the poem "Evolution" by Alice Duer Miller. Link below:
I found a large number of letters from George Washingto nto Timothy Pickering but was not able to find the specific letter with the two phrases. The more specific I made my search requests (by putting the phrases in quotes) the fewer good hits resulted.
Simply searched on "Willy Lynch speech slave owner" and found multiple sites had the speech:
Found a number of discussions on the Soviet's decision to place missiles in Cuba, but did not find a specific one that debated the use of troops vs. missiles.
Found numerous references to the article bu didn’t find full electronic version. A JSTORS link for students in the UK and Ireland had the Economic History Review in its database, but I couldn't get access. I then tried GMU's JSTOR but could not find a listing for the Economic History Review.
Quickly found four syllabi using CHNM’s Syllabus Finder.
Centenary College of Louisiana :
Multimedia Writing and Literature
English 651: writing hypertext
History of Computer Game Design
New York University -- Tisch School of the Arts
Live Art on the Internet
At this point I ran out of time.
I still tried to find items 8 and 9 but was not successful.Posted by Matt Mc at September 1, 2004 01:09 PM