A high school student touring John Quincy Adams' archives recently noticed his bite-sized diary entries looked a lot like tweets. That observation led to a new initiative starting Aug. 5, as the Massachusetts Historical Society begins posting Adams' updates from 200 years ago on Twitter in a program that links history with modern technology, reports the Associated Press. The historical society will include a presidential tracker of sorts, linking maps to show Adam's progress on a diplomatic trek to Russia as U.S. minister. The tweets will include mentions of the sixth U.S. president's favorite reads, memorable meals, weather updates, and...

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