New York fern
a shield fern, Thelypteris noveboracenis, of eastern North America, having yellowish-green fronds.
When did the New York Times first use an emoticon?
Last week the New York Times ran this headline: “Twitter Study Tracks When We Are : )” That little emoticon printed in a venerated newspaper suggests growing acceptance of abbreviations and pictographic communication. Of course, the article is about the internet and technology, so a nod to common electronic communication is appropriate and light-hearted. The CityRoom blog over at the New York Times pointed out that back in 1862, the paper …
Learn The History Of The New York Times Crossword Puzzle
There are plenty of crossword puzzles in publications across the country, but when we think of the pinnacle of puzzledom (Not officially a word, but, perhaps, it should be?), the purveyors of the most preeminent puzzles, we bow to The New York Times (NYT). But how did it all begin?
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