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Sad, But True

Yes, it was bound to happen eventually, I suppose. But the relentless barrage of “get with the program” comments finally wore me down. I have, in fact, signed on to Twitter at last. Here’s what is NOT me. Whoever created … Continue reading

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The Historical Sciences and Web 2.0

On Friday I spent a very energizing day at the one-day conference Geschichtswissenschaften und Web 2.0 in Basel, Switzerland, an event sponsored by Jan Hodel and Peter Haber of hist.net, the excellent Swiss history portal and infoclio.ch, another history portal … Continue reading

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Digital Humanities Now

When I first heard about Digital Humanities Now, “a real-time, crowdsourced publication [that] takes the pulse of the digital humanities community and tries to discern what articles, blog posts, projects, tools, collections, and announcements are worthy of greater attention” I … Continue reading

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eBooks Again

It’s hard to believe, but Tom, Dan, and I have revisited the world of eBooks on Digital Campus. The biggest part of our discussion was on the merits or lack thereof of the new Kindle reader about to debut from … Continue reading

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