Above painting: Louis Jean Francois - Mars and Venus an Allegory of Peace


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Sunday, March 4, 2012

Feature: The Famous Daily

Each Calendar Day Of The Year Has History Attached To It

When you wake up on a rainy Tuesday in March - you may feel like you are going through the motions of just another day of the year. But something special could happen on any day - and the more we realize that - the more we can take advantage of each day.
At the Famous Daily, you can visit any Calendar day of the year to see what makes that day special. It can be quite fascinating to see all of the important and historical events that occurred on a particular day. You can discover the Famous People which were born today, and you can see a Famous Quote that was said on this day in history.

And while we all love holidays, they only come around every so often. However, somewhere in the world, each day is a holiday. The Famous Daily will highlight what holiday is being celebrated today in the world.

Lastly, different history is of interest to different people. So in addition to general history, the Famous Daily categorizes today's history by Business, Entertainment, Geography, and Sports. This allows users to quickly see what important history happened today in the area that they care most about.

So the next time you wake up on the wrong side of the bed, or get down and think that today isn't important - realize that it is. Today in history, amazing things happened, and by embracing yourself with and understanding of those amazing things, you are much less likely to let the day pass without finding a way to make it important and special.

And if you enjoy the Famous Daily, you can subscribe for free and get it delivered to your email each morning.
Evan Britton
Founder of the Famous Daily

1 comment:

Rosemary Gemmell said...

That's a great resource - thank you!