In an effort to be engaged and informed, social history timelines, bibliographies and webliographies are compiled and uploaded. Every effort is made to credit the original sources but a blog is by its nature, a dynamic, organic entity and there is ample room for errors of omission.
Timelines grow and expand as relevant and useful individual events are found in research and writing by others. speechless seeks out the most reliable resources and mines bibliographies for primary researchers. Who actually did the first pivotal research with published results on a certain subject for example that became widely cited by others later? This was one of the ways in which timelines became useful. When excellent information is found on a blog speechless looks for the original article, paper, presentation, etc to use as reference including all relevant bibliographic details as much as possible instead of using the inline link. If the original title and author are made available, a reader, including my future self, can more easily find a live link if an url has died.
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