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What is Arduino?

Most people have heard about open source software -- but what about open source hardware? Join...

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Magazine Informático Binarinfo- Programa 1

“NTFS (del inglés New Technology File System) es un sistema de archivos de Windows NT incluido en...

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Simon Bolivar, the Liberator

Born in 1783, Simon Bolivar grew to become known as the George Washington of South America. But...

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Al norte del muro #04 - GPS y baterías de móviles

Programa: Ahí La Llevas! Emitido: (06-10-14) Sección: Al norte del muro Autor: Claudio García

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The Empress of Austria and Her Cult of Beauty

Empress Elisabeth of Austria, better known as Sissi, is often considered the public’s “favorite”...

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The Rise and Fall of Carthage

Carthage was a trading hub of the ancient world, challenging the budding Roman Republic. In 264...

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Who was the pride and sorrow of chess?

Bobby Fischer called Paul Morphy “the greatest chess genius in history,” By age 20, he earned...

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Madame de Pompadour and Louis XV

Madame de Pompadour was born in Paris in 1721, and eventually became the mistress of King Louis...

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El Dorado and the River of Despair

Driven by visions of unimaginable riches, Spanish explorers subjugated the cultures of South...

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Who was Emanuel Swedenborg?

When the philosopher Emanuel Swedenborg sought mechanical explanations for nature, he found...

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Brian Boru, High King of Ireland

As High King of Ireland, Brian Boru fought against -- and ultimately ended -- the rule of Niall...

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Why is there an underground city beneath Beijing?

The Beijing underground city may sound like the stuff of legends, but it's a real place built to...

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Why did England and Spain fight over an ear?

When the Spanish Coast Guard caught English Captain Jenkins smuggling, they cut off his ear as...

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From Brontë to Bell and Back Again

The Brontë sisters quickly rose from obscurity to notoriety after their three novels were...

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Frida Kahlo: An Introspective Life, Part 1

Frida Kahlo contracted polio at the age of 6. Undeterred, she went on to have an active childhood...

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Jack Johnson and the Fight of the Century

During Jack Johnson's time, the heavyweight championship was unofficially a whites-only title....

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H.H. Holmes and the Mysteries of Murder Castle, Part 2

In the first part of this episode, Deblina and Sarah covered Herman K. Mudgett's early life,...

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Fridtjof Nansen and the Fram: Part 2

Norwegian Fridtjof Nansen was an expert skier, zoologist and artist: By combining these skills,...

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Fridtjof Nansen and the Fram: Part 1

Fridtjof Nansen was an artist, skier, zoologist and one of Norway's earliest heroes. The first...

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Ötzi: Everyone's Favorite Copper Age Man

In 1991, two hikers in the Alps found a mysterious body. The frozen mummy turned out to be a...

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