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Word of the Day, January 4, 2016

January 4, 2016



Word of the Day

inalienable 

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Definition: (adjective) That cannot be transferred to another or others.
Synonyms: unforfeitable
Usage: When he decided to fight for his inalienable rights, he did not realize that his actions would go down in history.

Article of the Day

Atari's Pac-Man Disappoints

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In 1982, Atari published the first port version of Namco's popular Pac-Man arcade game for their Atari 2600 console. Though the world's favorite arcade game could now be played on the most popular console, the release met with criticism and slow sales. In Atari's rush to bring the game to market, quality was sacrificed, shaking consumer confidence in both the company and video game industry. Why did Atari produce more copies of the game than there were users with compatible consoles?
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This Day in History

Sofia Liberated from Ottoman Rule (1878)

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Sofia was established as a Thracian settlement around the 8th century BCE and has since developed into a major world city and the capital of Bulgaria, due in part to its central position in the Balkans. Today it is home to attractions like the 6th century Church of St. Sofia and 15th century Banya Bashi mosque. During its long history, the city passed through the hands of the Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman empires. After nearly 500 years of Turkish rule, Sofia was liberated by what country?
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Today's Birthday

Sir Isaac Newton (1643)

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Widely considered the greatest scientist who ever lived, Newton was an English physicist and mathematician. His most famous publication, Principia Mathematica, regarded as the seminal work of modern science, includes his works on the laws of motion, tidal theory, and the theory of universal gravitation. Newton also worked out the fundamentals of calculus, though this work went unpublished for more than 30 years. How might Newton's study of alchemy have influenced his theory of gravity?
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Today's Holiday

Feast of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

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The first native-born American to be declared a saint, Elizabeth Ann Seton (1774-1821) was canonized in 1975. She was the founder of the first religious community for women in the US, the American Sisters of Charity, and was responsible for laying the foundations of the American Catholic school system. Special services commemorating Elizabeth Ann Seton's death on January 4, 1821, are held at the Chapel of St. Joseph's Provincial House of the Daughters of Charity in Emmitsburg, Maryland, the headquarters for her order of nuns.
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Quote of the Day

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For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack.

Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936)

In the News

NFL, ESPN Butt Heads over Brain Research Report

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This morning, ESPN published a story saying that the NFL "has backed out of one of the most ambitious studies yet on the relationship between football and brain disease." Almost immediately, the NFL denied it. NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy took to ...
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