Angilee Shah

Dec 4 '13
Look mom! I made a GIF!
publicradiointernational:

Kyle Lerfarld, keeping PRI going in a Minneapolis snow storm.

Look mom! I made a GIF!

publicradiointernational:

Kyle Lerfarld, keeping PRI going in a Minneapolis snow storm.

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Oct 31 '13

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Oct 1 '13
todaysdocument:

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todaysdocument:

Due to the Federal Government shutdown, the National Archives (www.archives.gov) is closed. We are unable to post or participate in any of our social media channels during this closure. All National Archives facilities are closed, with the exception of the Federal Records Centers and the Federal Register until the Federal government reopens.

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Sep 26 '13
Why hello Cold War Kids

Why hello Cold War Kids

Sep 17 '13
The coolest tree at @ucirvine

The coolest tree at @ucirvine

Sep 5 '13
pritheworld:

Risk Factors for Death Worldwide 2010 (source: GBD 2010 via Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation)

pritheworld:

Risk Factors for Death Worldwide 2010 (source: GBD 2010 via Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation)

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Sep 3 '13
Really enjoyed working on this graphic — the data was really fascinating.

Really enjoyed working on this graphic — the data was really fascinating.

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Aug 20 '13

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Share your story by using the tag #firstdays.

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Jul 31 '13

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Jul 22 '13

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Leslie T. Chang on “Al-Da’iea” (“The Preacher”), Egypt’s most talked-about soap opera this Ramadan season: http://nyr.kr/12cPnxS

“Its popularity may seem strange, since millions of Egyptians recently took to the streets to depose their conservative Islamist President. But the Muslim Brotherhood, an organization that was underground for almost sixty years and governed the country for just one, still fascinates people, even those who despise it.”

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