Sip of the Day – October 8, 2011

Sip of the DayWindows 8 – The Desktop – Lifehacker

Titera’s Tidbit: Encyclopedia
In the sixteenth century, the English scholar and book collector Thomas Elyot conceived a series of treatises embracing “all human learning”. Calling this a “circle of doctrine”, Elyot drew on his knowledge of the classics and coined the term “encyclopaedia”, made up of the Greek words for “wheel” and “education”. The first modern work to earn the term, the Encyclopaedia Britannica, was originally published in Scotland in 1768.

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