September is Honey Month!

Honey has played a role in human culture and cuisine since ancient times. This sweet substance is produced from worker bees from the secretions or floral nectar of plants. Honey has amazing preservation potential with the capability of remaining edible for hundreds of years if properly preserved. Honey is also widely known for its natural…
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Discovery of the Planet Neptune–September 23, 1846

On this day in 1846, German astronomer Johann Galle pointed his telescope into the sky in search of an as-yet-unidentified celestial object that was suspected of disturbing the orbit of Uranus. Researchers in several countries--including astronomers John Couch Adams, James Challis, and George Airy in England; and French mathemetician Urbain Le Verrier--were trying to predict…
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Pirates: A Historical Look

The mythology of piracy and pirates from the 1600s-1700s has lived on throughout our culture. Whether you’ve read Robert Louis Stevenson’s famous novel Treasure Island or J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, have listened to or seen the comedic opera The Pirates of Penzance, or have read or watched pirates in other media, including the hit anime/manga…
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Tech Tip: File Path

For this installment of the Tech Tip series, we are going to go over how to use a computer file's "file path" to find out exactly where a document is saved or where a program/application is installed on a computer. This can be particularly useful when it comes time to send or save the right…
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