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Select a column of dates or times in a range of cells, or make sure that the active cell is in a table column containing dates or times. Select a column of dates or times in a range of cells or table. On the Data tab, in the Sort & Filter group, do one of the following: To sort from an earlier to a later date or time, click A to Z command in Excel that sorts A to Z or smallest number to largestSort Oldest to Newest. To sort from a later to an earlier date or time, click Z to A command in Excel that sorts Z to A or largest number to smallestSort Newest to Oldest. To reapply a sort after you change the data, click a cell in the range or table, and then on the Data tab, in the Sort & Filter group, click Reapply.
When working in an email list it is often useful to start at the oldest email first. You can do this by clicking on the email count and selecting ‘Oldest’.
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Youtube doesn't allow you to watch a user's videos from oldest to newest in a playlist (unless you create your own by adding each video individually), but by sorting uploads by Upload date (oldest first), clicking on the first video (the oldest one), and adding: &list=UL&sort=da to the end of the address!!
Here is the oldest thing I've ever eaten - American Civil War Hardtack from 1863 - making it a 153 year old cracker. Witness the madness and see for yourself! For those who are genuinely concerned that this Hardtack should have gone to a museum, well The Military Ration Museum (www.rationmuseum.com) already has multiple complete pieces of Hardtack with provenance. The president of the museum specifically instructed me to review and share this relic here in the manner that I did - he even told me to try & eat the whole thing if I could - and I did not because I am still sending the other half to the museum. With that being said - and for ALL of my Rations - I have duplicates of every single one of these that were reviewed and have already been donated to the museum. So please, there is abs...
Today's Daily Task Wiz Tip - Buried treasure! Gmail's oldest to newest messages - where did it go? Also a great way to find your first Gmail message. Follow #DailyTaskWizTips hashtag on Twitter B.J. Woods Task Wiz on Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/117283720355492359471/ Bobbi Jo Woods on Google+ http://www.google.com/+BobbiJoWoods
Playing all YouTube videos uploaded by one user is a common request and I wish it was more obvious. But fortunately there's a simple trick which will get you an auto-generated playing of all the videos from one channel. On ANY video watch page, click in the address bar and modify the url After the view key (watch?v= followed by a random string of numbers and letters) type &list=UL Press enter and you now have a playlist of all the videos from that channnel Unfortunately you can't seem to actually view the playlist and sometimes the numbers don't accurately represent where in the playlist you actually are. But it always plays them in the correct order, oldest to newest
Read more about the Assyrians at: http://www.assyriatimes.com For fifteen years Prof. Anne Draffkorn Kilmer puzzled over clay tablets relating to music including some excavated in Syria by French archaeologists in the early '50s. The tablets from the Syrian city of ancient Ugarit (modern Ras Shamra) were about 3400 years old, had markings called cuneiform signs in the hurrian language (with borrowed akkadian terms) that provided a form of musical notation. One of the texts formed a complete cult hymn and is the oldest preserved song with notation in the world. Finally in 1972, Kilmer, who is professor of Assyriology, University of California, and a curator at the Lowie Museum of Anthropology at Berkeley, developed an interpretation of the song based on her study of the notation. (Fig. 1)....
Watch the official video for (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay by Otis Redding. The video features video clips and photos of Otis Redding in the prime of his musical career. It was released posthumously on Stax Records' Volt label becoming the first posthumous single to top the charts in the US. Share this classic on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sharer/sharer.php?u=http://youtu.be/rTVjnBo96Ug Get The Very Best of Otis Redding here: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-very-best-of-otis-redding/id258404037 Amazon: http://amzn.to/TWRjlx http://otisredding.com/ http://www.facebook.com/otisredding https://twitter.com/#!/OtisRedding
Quite possibly THE world's first "Cuneiform/Clawhammer FUSION", this is my arrangement for banjo, of the 3400 year old Hurrian Hymn Text H6 from ancient Ugarit - interpreted from the original Cuneiform text by Prof Richard Dumbrill! Not as insane as it seems, actually - also according to Dumbrill, it was actually the fretted lute with seemed to have evolved before the lyre and the very first fretted lutes from ancient Sumeria some 5000 years ago also had a skin membrane soundboard stretched over a gourd...just like the modern banjo! The 3400 year old Hurrian Hymn was discovered in Ugarit, ancient northern Canaan (now modern Syria) in the early 1950s, and was preserved for 3400 years on a clay tablet, written in the Cuneiform text of the ancient Hurrian language - although even earlier Su...
This unique video, features my first of 2 arrangements for solo lyre, of the 3400 year old "Hurrian Hymn no.6", which was discovered in Ugarit in Syria in the early 1950s, and was preserved for 3400 years on a clay tablet, written in the Cuniform text of the ancient Hurrian language - The Hurrian Hymn (catalogued as Text H6) was discovered in Ugarit, Syria, in the early 1950s, and was preserved for 3400 years on a clay tablet, written in the Cuniform text of the ancient Hurrian language - except from a few earlier Sumarian fragmentary instructional musical texts from c.1950 BCE (Musical Instructions for Lipit-Ishtar, King of Justice) the Hurrian Hymn it is the oldest written song yet known, in History! Although about 29 musical texts were discovered at Ugarit, only this text, (text H6), w...
In which John Green and Hank Green teach you about how human primates moved out of Africa and turned Earth into a real-life Planet of the Apes. And the apes are people! John and Hank teach you about how humans evolved, and the sort of tricks they picked up along the way like complex tool use, big brains, and fighting. Our ancestors adapted to the grasslands of Africa, and went through several iterations including Australopithecus, Homo Habilis, and Homo Ergaster/Erectus. Our ancestors tamed fire, made pressure flake tools, and eventually smartphones. Learn more: http://www.bighistoryproject.com