You too can be in the Library of Congress. O’Reilly Radar checks in on the LoC’s efforts to build a Twitter archive.
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It’s a common saying among actors that the script does most of the work. Which raises an interesting question: is it possible for a great writer to make art out of a bad story? At The Kenyon Review’s blog, Amit Majmudar says it is, using Shakespeare as proof. Related: five experts on the Bard’s greatest plays.