200,000th View of Wig Wags
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A moment of celebration for the 200,000th view of Wig Wags that occurred sometime today. Many thanks to those who have stopped by. Ahem.  Carry on… OH and thanks to Gabriel Pollard for the photo.

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On Change

Wasn’t it Heraclitus who said that “nothing endures but change?” Change has certainly been afoot again at my workplace. We have a large reorganization/downsizing underway, something that is occurring in many organizations across the globe. I have been reassigned to a new but old role, one that returns me to a position I thoroughly enjoy […]

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Link Updates

Over the weekend, I added quite a few links to the right navbar which I use to keep myself organized. Here’s a quick run down of several of the new adds. There’s a theme in here somewhere…. Links to all state historical societies The Historical Maritime Society Smith’s Master Index to Maritime Museums (WOW!) Portsmouth […]

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New Blogroll Adds to WigWags

I’m pleased to add two sites to my blogroll. First The Tipsy Historian which you can access here. I’ve enjoyed reading it for the first time today, particularly the post on the Lost Cause Mythology. And secondly, a fellow student blog called History Rhymes here which is blogged by Alex Seifert, a history student at […]

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On History Grad Student Fitness…

     News flash… Graduate students in history sit on their backsides and read…a lot. I’ve noticed the impact on my fitness level. I have found a solution… I plan to walk while I work, read, and write. I just bought one of these bad-boys… and it was worth every penny. Quiet, easy, and tilts up […]

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New Page – "the wars"

I’ve added a new page to wig-wags titled, “the wars” which you can access here or on the sidebar any time. I am in the third week of a core course, “Studies in U.S. Military History” (see “The Courses here for more detail on this an other courses I’m taking at the American Military University). […]

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