Miscellaneous items I found of interest during the week.
Life in 1920s Ireland: Silent Films
From The Conversation Canada
This is one of the sources I regularly use in compiling Sunday Sundries. Some recent articles are:
Lab-grown meats and cow-free dairy can meet the demand for protein and help address climate change
If companies want net-zero carbon offices, they need to focus on building materials
Support and collaboration with health-care providers can help people make health decisions
How effective are vaccines against omicron? An epidemiologist answers 6 questions
Why we still fall for influencers, salesmen and politicians who lie
What else is on The Conversation? Find out at https://theconversation.com/ca and check out the other national editions.
Hampshire records coming to Ancestry
Multiculturalism @50 and the Promise of a Just Society
From the Association for Canadian Studies, a special issue of the series Canadian Issues.
Thanks to this week’s contributors. Ann Burns, Anonymous., Brenda Turner, Chuck Buckley, Donna, Irene Robillard, gail benjafield, Glenn W., Unknown.
One Reply to “Sunday Sundries”
Argh… Hampshire Registers only to 1921…I need the 1930s! *sigh*