Blackwell, M. R. "Tasteless
Laces." Cyberlace. Jan. 2006. <http://www.knotco.edu/cyberlace/home.html>.
gave me a lot of information about an area I hadn’t really thought about. There
is a lot of discussion in the world of shoes about the problem with laces. I won’t really be able to use this article,
though. The magazine it is published in online is not very credible or thought
of well in the industry.
Dylan, Robert. "Lace, Lady, Lace." Hibbing Herald 4 Feb. 1968. Newsbank. NewsBank. Glendale Community College Library Media Center, Glendale, AZ.
22 Jul. 2006.
wasn’t very helpful for my paper. It is just a poem about laces written
a long time ago. I read it just for interest to see if I could use it for the
attention getter, but I don’t think I will use it anymore.
"Earth Shoes Unearthed in Inca Ruins." Time 23 July 1977:
the source I used for my first paper. It is interesting and gave me a really
good sense of the history of shoes. I will probably be able to use it in the
introduction of my paper as part of the history.