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The personalised diaries produced and donated by TOAD Diaries, were sent out to runners along with their running shirts and race numbers when they signed up to run with Team Breathe.
But a new study from the University of Alberta's Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry shows those well-intentioned diaries may have unintended consequences.
Based in archival excavation, conversations with others who have worked with Woolf's diaries, and methodical detective work.
Nightingale Paper Products is a brand which is into diary manufacturing and online sales of products like journals and diaries.
Joans diaries begin when she was 14, and continue during years that may seem far away to girls now.
The study comes as My Mad Fat Diary is poised to become an Adrian Mole style hit for author Rae Earl whose real life teenage diaries have been adapted for the series.
Incompleteness of some diaries and a lack of specificity for migraines with aura were among the reported problems.
The best diaries are kept by observant people, whose limitations (prejudices, likes, dislikes) are evident, who do not write for publication, who come across as honest or intending to be honest, and whose diary-writing is secret.
APRESS conference on the Adolf Hitler diaries ended in uproar yesterday when two leading British historians clashed over their authenticity.
In the UK, Scandinavia, and other European countries, patient diaries are being explored as a low cost technology to improve the quality of life after critical illness and mechanical ventilation (Combe, 2005; Egerod et al.
Diaries have been indicted as unwholesome, cowardly, worthless, sterile, shriveling, and feminine by the likes of Goethe, Ernest Renan, Georges Duhamel, and Maurice Blanchot, but they have also been brilliantly championed by Philippe Lejeune, who has devoted his career to studying personal writing.
In a bid to discover what diaries can offer to history, Rory Bremner meets Victoria Wood, who reveals why she is captivated by the notes of a housewife who lived through the Second World War.