Playing With History — Day 2

[8:30] Today’s session at the Playing With Technology in History conference was devoted to the paper draft we all wrote prior to the conference. Unlike the typical academic conference, where someone (or several people) read their papers, listen to a discussant, and then answering a few questions from the audience, we threw out that model. […]

Playing With History

[9:30] Today and tomorrow I’m at the conference Playing With Technology in History at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. Day one is an unconference focused on the edges of the envelope in humanities computing. The sessions during the day include things like wearable computers, serious games, MakerBots and CraftRobo, barely games, walkabout applications for phones, along with good […]