Jan 30 2011

Morse Code News for January 30, 2011

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Headlines for January 30, 2011 in morse code:

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headlines from arts journal=arts council england retracts program after questions raised about partnership=2010 was one of best years ever for the art market=amazon ebooks now outsell paperbacks=music versus science…=mystery writer of obama book unmasked=do oscar nominations translate into cash at the box office=a/b testing reviews what should we expect from critics=film created over youtube debuts at sundance=booker prize judges get ereaders to read this years contenders=in american museums the deaccessioning wars rage on=londons west end seems recessionproof=dancing on air spidermans choreographer speaks=should theaters offer babysitting=cellist truls mork back onstage after beating encephalitis=peter oundjian to play violin again (well just this once)=orhan pamuk attacks marginalisation of nonenglish writers=beiruts historic buildings having survived all the bombs and wars now under threat from developers=the birth of slumming=term paper writerforhire gets book deal to write about helping students cheat=nabokovs theory of butterfly evolution vindicated=how animals are dealing with manmade noise=picassos dachshundonaplate=argument line between nonprofit and forprofit culture is blurring=how to build better spies video games=poetry is popular. it just doesnt sell=

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Prosigns are represented as follows:

  • ‘AR’ (di-dah-di-dah-dit) is shown as ‘+’,

  • ‘AS’ (di-dah-di-di-dit) is shown as as
  • ‘BT’ (dah-di-di-di-dah) is shown as ‘=’
  • ‘SK’ (di-di-di-dah-di-dah) is shown as sk,

  • ‘KN’ (dah-di-dah-dah-dit) is shown as kn
  • ‘CL’ (dah-di-dah-di-di-dah-di-dit) is shown as cl,

  • ‘Error’ (di-di-di-di-di-di-di-dit) is shown as error

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