Monday, 30 March 2015

Recording Oral History Through Transcriptions

People have a lot of stories to tell, especially those fortunate enough to have been living witnesses to a historic event. As time passes, however, it becomes harder to get a tighter grip on these vital memories. To preserve their memories, transcribing them into paper has been one of the best practices. This helps archive precious memories, which can later be used by researchers and scholars. With these transcripts, other people can learn something new or something untold, with reliable sources providing a new perspective about the past.

Thursday, 26 March 2015

Why Don’t We All Speak One Language?

As various estimates would put it, there are roughly 6,500 different languages in the world today. It’s still a mystery, however, why nations around the world don’t speak the same one.