But context is the hardest to remember, even as objects endure. This imbalance—too few stories and too much stuff—creates the “odd amnesia of the internet age,” says John Randolph (left), Professor of History at the University of Illinois. SourceLab aims to help cure that odd amnesia.
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On a sticky summer night, two men walk down a dark alley with murder on their minds.
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Around-ish sixth century B.C., so the story goes, a man named Pythagoras sauntered past a blacksmith’s shop and stopped in his tracks. In the varied clang! of hammers against iron, Pythagoras heard the universe singing. He was inspired to understand music through math, and the universe through both.