My sister, Elizabeth Warrick, sent me this link about the Imperial War Museum broadcasting the diaries of pilots during the Battle of Britain over Twitter. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Britain when Hitler's Luftwaffe thought they could bomb England into submission.
Check out this article:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/twitter/7583534/Battle-of-Britain-diaries-to-be-tweeted-in-real-time.html. From the article, "the details of 605 diary entries, all taken from the Operational Record Books in the National Archives at Duxford, will be tweeted."
Up until now, I have not personally gotten into Twitter, but I think this may just get me to sign up. I think it's great that the Imperial War Museum is doing this. Imagine what it would have been like had there been Twitter, or all of these modern devices in 1940, and we were civilians living in Britain.
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Friday, April 9, 2010
Join us on a guided lecture tour of the The Lens of Impressionism: Photography & Painting Along the Coast of Normandy at the Dallas Museum of Art on Saturday, April 17. For complete details and for prices, please visit: http://www.marcoarttours.com. Advanced registration required.