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History of the Batman relives the defining moments of one of the most iconic figures in comic art and literature, DC Comics Batman. Your Dark Knight Archivist Londyn disxuss Batman's history and how the character, the associated villains, and popular iconography were established and have changed over the last 75+ years up to now.
 
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Advertising is a really big industry, so Mr. Tungate sums it up with the high points of how big companies have changed in the way they sell their stuff - whatever it is. If you would like to donate research to "The History of..." or send a donation note please contact me at thehistoryof365@gmail.com. Click to donate here. Click here for the merch. …
 
It's a bunch of floppy clocks, so what? The Persistence of Memory is much more than meets the eye, just like our subconscious minds. If you would like to donate research to "The History of..." or send a donation note please contact me at thehistoryof365@gmail.com. Click to donate here. Click here for the merch. The Persistence of Memory The Disinte…
 
It all started with small, experimental aircraft, but today it attracts hundreds of thousands of people and billions of dollars of flying stuff. The full details are free, and it's as simple as pressing the play button. If you would like to donate research to "The History of..." or send a donation note please contact me at thehistoryof365@gmail.com…
 
Should we call it... tulipnomics? If you would like to donate your research to "The History of..." or send a donation note please contact me at thehistoryof365@gmail.com. Click to donate here. Check out the show's Instagram here. Resources: The basic Wiki page for Tulip Mania About the mosaic virus About the Thirty Years’ War A recent history of fl…
 
Mmmm. . . American cheese. Invented in Switzerland? Listen to find out. If you would like to donate your research to "The History of..." or send a donation note please contact me at thehistoryof365@gmail.com. Click to donate here. Check out the show's Instagram here. Resources: How cows got to America A brief overview of American Cheese history Abo…
 
Who in their right mind would jump from thousands of feet in hopes of being caught by some cords and fabric? Turns out people have been doing it for centuries. If you would like to donate your research to "The History of..." or send a donation note please contact me at thehistoryof365@gmail.com. Click to donate here. Check out the show's Instagram …
 
Cryptocurrencies predate bitcoin by nearly 30 years, and they have taken on a variety of successful or failed shapes and sizes. Listen to Sam and Robert go through the history of these alternative currencies and maybe even decide if you should invest yourself. If you would like to donate your research to "The History of..." or send a donation note …
 
The History of... has come such a long way in the past year, it's almost embarrassing to think where we started. If you would like to donate your research to the show or send a donation note please contact me at thehistoryof365@gmail.com. Click to donate here. Check out the show's Instagram here. Resources: About the Wham-o Frisbee About "Guts" His…
 
Adam Curry was a radio broadcaster and talk show host in the Netherlands. In 1987, he became a TV personality on MTV, interviewing about every music star from Madonna to Michael Jackson. Adam Curry founded PodShow in 2005 and is credited with the creation of podcasting as a medium, earning him the name the "Podfather." Adam Curry is also a Dutch kn…
 
David Perlmutter is the author of The Encyclopedia of American Animated Television Shows and America Toons In: A History of Television Animation. He is also a freelance writer for Medium.com. If you would like to donate your research to the show or send a donation note please contact me at thehistoryof365@gmail.com. Click to donate here. Check out …
 
Jane Chastain was the first female sports anchor and reporter. She hosted the "Girls Rules" radio show and reported with the Miami Dolphins as well as the NBA on CBS. Today, Mrs. Chastain writes online political commentary - Politically Direct. If you would like to donate your research to the show or send a donation note please contact me at thehis…
 
Cereal - you know you love it. Don't pretend you don't. Its origins are unexpectedly religious and painfully bland. Listen to learn more. If you have any questions about the information provided in this episode, or if you would like to send a donation note please contact me at thehistoryof365@gmail.com. Click to donate here. Check out the show's In…
 
Proverbs 22:7 "The rich rule over the poor, and the borrower is slave to the lender." If you have any questions about the information provided in this episode, or if you would like to send a donation note please contact me at thehistoryof365@gmail.com. Click to donate here. Please check out our Instagram here. Resources: Definition of FR Banking Ex…
 
When asked why he chose the midst of World War II to establish the Vegan Society, founder Donald Watson answered, “Can time ever be ripe for any reform unless it is ripened by human determination? Did Wilberforce wait for the ‘ripening’ of time before he commenced his fight against slavery? ... There is an obvious danger in leaving the fulfilment o…
 
The modern conception of Valentine’s Day actually has little to do with St. Valentine. Like several other holidays, Valentine's Day has morphed into a commercial sellout of teddy bears and chocolates. Competitors have to make their money somehow. If you have any questions or comments about the information provided in this episode, please contact us…
 
Proverbs 22:7 "The rich rule over the poor, and the borrower is slave to the lender." Questions or comments about the information in this episode? Contact us at thehistoryof365@gmail.com. Check out our YouTube channel here and our Instagram here. Resources: Definition of FR Banking Explaining FR Banking Defining Money About Credit Unions Definition…
 
Many people know the Christmas tree was not originally a Christian tradition, but not many know it started with the Pagans or even Egyptians. Whether you have a live or artificial tree, we hope you won’t look at it the same after listening to this episode. If you have any questions or comments about the information provided in this episode, please …
 
The MICHELIN Star is a coveted rating among many high-level restaurants. Many people simply do not know its history or how extensive the MICHELIN ratings are. Oftentimes, we take chefs for granted. MICHELIN Stars give chefs the recognition they truly deserve. If you have any questions or comments about the information provided in this episode, plea…
 
Turkey pardoning tends to air on the humorous side of presidential matters. It began as a plea for friendship but morphed into a press event. Thanksgiving will also be different for everyone this year, but that will make it time to truly remember what the holiday is all about. If you have any questions or comments about the information provided in …
 
This twisted holiday has evolved over hundreds of years, and it will probably be different hundreds of years from now. This year is just a pin in time, and who is to say it is the end? Regardless, we hope Halloween doesn’t get much worse, because we don’t see it as a healthy thing. So, if you do celebrate, celebrate sensibly. Please check out our Y…
 
Cell phones have come a long way, and they have become integrated with the daily lives of millions and even billions around the world. Can you believe some countries have more cell phones than people? It’s amazing, and whether good or bad, cell phone innovation is not slowing down anytime soon. If you have any questions or comments about the inform…
 
This episode was a little bit of Emma's laughs and Robert's five-year-old self coming out. It includes the brief histories of the excavator, bulldozer, and dump truck. Your older self is telling you this is educational, but the little kid in you can't help it. We know why you're listening. If you have any questions or comments about the information…
 
Mr. Carter is a former minister and current high school English and drama teacher with a story to tell. He is incredibly wise and thoughtful, and this interview was a real treat. Let us know if you would like to see similar interviews in the future. If you have any questions or comments about the information provided in this episode, please contact…
 
Beard trends have undulated over time. Being bearded and beardless both have positive and negative aspects. Thankfully, men today have more freedom and ways to shave – or not to shave – than ever. So guys, remember all the great men before you who grew those noble accessories and don’t be afraid to rock those beards! If you have any questions or co…
 
This episode is a peek into Robert, the pet peeved grammar policeman, and Emma's love of language. After listening to this episode, we hope you can fascinate your friends with the history of the words "maybe", "please", "dude", "okay", and "right". Most importantly, never forget to exercise the full potential of your vocabulary. If you have any que…
 
One big thing we learned with this episode is that the internet was not a singular invention but an evolution - just like so many other curious foods, sports, holidays, and developments of history. Needless to say, the internet has become an integrated part of our daily lives. It is extremely powerful, mainly because it is open-sourced and cannot b…
 
Whether cup, cone, sundae, cake, or however you enjoy ice cream, we can all agree it is one of the mankind’s proudest innovations. So, go out there and celebrate National Ice Cream Day like you’re supposed to, but remember, please celebrate responsibly. Please check out our YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClgEDVE4OJlmjboo9IMNtU…
 
The articles of cutlery discussed in this episode may not be the first things that come to mind when one hears the word “cutlery.” Nevertheless, they are staple tools in the lives of billions around the world. With the chopsticks, scissors, and spork, this wraps up the second part of our short cutlery series. Please check out our YouTube channel at…
 
This episode covers everything from the history of the many traditions of July 4th to why it's celebrated on this day to the legalities regarding celebrating with the flag. If you have any questions or comments about the information provided in this episode, please contact us at thehistoryof365@gmail.com. https://www.britannica.com/list/timeline-of…
 
Like many things, cutlery is often taken for granted because it is so ingrained in our daily lives that we forget how important it is. With the spoon, the knife, and the fork, this is only part one of two in our short cutlery series. Part two will feature the chopsticks, scissors, and spork. If you have any questions or comments about the informati…
 
Fathers make a significant impact on the lives of their children. To all the father figures out there, thank you. Your work may be underappreciated at times, but the world would be drastically incomplete without you. If you have any questions about the information provided in this episode, please contact us at thehistoryof365@gmail.com. Sources: · …
 
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