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For families, the site is a wonderful tool to use to enlighten your children as to what went on in your lifetime, or another relative’s lifetime. You’ll understand this as soon as you try our exciting features. Just take a look at the timelines and peer groups we make for you and think about talking to your kids about those events and people. You’ll see exactly what we mean!
Timelines can use any suitable scale representing time, suiting the subject and data; many use a linear scale, in which a unit of distance is equal to a set amount of time. This timescale is dependent on the events in the timeline. A timeline of evolution can be over millions of years, whereas a timeline for the day of the September 11 attacks can take place over minutes, and that of an explosion over milliseconds.  While many timelines use a linear timescale—especially where very large or small timespans are relevant — logarithmic timelines entail a logarithmic scale of time; some “hurry up and wait” chronologies are depicted with zoom lens metaphors.
There are many methods of visualizations for timelines. Historically, timelines were static images and generally drawn or printed on paper. Timelines relied heavily on graphic design, and the ability of the artist to visualize the data.
Spark allows you to design timelines that represent the values of your business. The customization options available give you the power to create business cards that set you apart from the competition. You can be as creative as you like. Or if you’re pushed for time, you can use one of the ready-made templates to accelerate the design process. Play around with different images, color schemes, fonts and text layouts — you can see the results of your changes immediately.
Click the “Layout” link at the top of your page, and then select the “Resize” tab. Click the most appropriate size for your cards — “Landscape” is the best option for business cards.
This is a list of timelines currently on Wikipedia.
The following is a list of fictional timelines.
WHEN IN DOUBT, THROW IT OUT
The Food Timeline was created and maintained solely by Lynne Olver (1958-2015, her obituary), reference librarian with a passion for food history. About it she originally said ” Information is checked against standard reference tools for accuracy. All sources are cited for research purposes. As with most historical topics, there are some conflicting stories in the field of food history. We do our best to select and present the information with the most documented support. Heritage Radio interviews Food Timeline editor (2013).