From time to time, I come across an article or website that has some really interesting information that I want to post to my archive; however, I don't feel it's enough to simply post it under the "articles" blog. With hundreds and hundreds of articles posted there, it can easily get lost.
Propaganda is a form of communication aimed towards influencing the attitude of a population toward some cause or position.
I posted the other day that Dave McGowan had recently added another entry to his Lincoln assassination research. I started thinking that it might be a good idea to explain my archive of his work. So here it goes.
Added a new feature to the site today - a shortened URL.
Just realized today that Dave McGowan has added another entry in his investigation on the Lincoln assassination.
You can read the original here: http://davesweb.cnchost.com/Lincoln9.html (defunct)
Or my archive backup here: http://futl.work/m205 (defunct)
It's funny how things change, and how those changes effect other things. The two links above are no longer good, but you can read the article here.
I've tried to make this website fairly easy to navigate. For example, there are only five main pages. You'll find those at the top of the website in the menu bar. Home is the beginning. News is where you'll find links to pages mainly news related. Curio is where I put all my pages of various items of curiosity. Archival is for all the stuff I try to archive. And finally site map, is supposed to be a simple layout of the entire website.