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Cenantua’s Blog reviewed in America’s Civil War

May 13, 2009 by

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As Harry pointed out a few days ago, this blog was reviewed by Kelvin Holland in the July issue of America’s Civil War (see page 66). It’s a flattering review and I thank Kelvin for taking the time to write it for ACW. I think he does a fine job hitting on my objectives. Thanks again Kelvin! […]

Creative Commons and the world of the Web

January 27, 2009 by

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Anyone who knows my “other side” (not the Civil War-focused side, but the Web-obsessed side) knows that I’m a nut (“fanatic” sounds too scary… then again, maybe “nut” does too) when it comes to creative expression on the Web. I think I become more so with each passing day. I’m also quite obsessed with what […]

Keeping track of OUR comments elsewhere and making it part of OUR blogs

January 22, 2009 by

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Just a quick note, but this is something that drives me nuts as a blogger. Blogging is, of course, far more than just writing posts, opening posts up to comments, and commenting on comments. Blogging is also about interaction within the blogosphere. I would say that most, if not all, of us venture out beyond […]

The ACWDev Collaboration Wiki

November 9, 2008 by

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No moss growing under foot with some of us! If you recall, yesterday I posted about a possible forthcoming wiki. Thanks to Brian at Behind Antietam on the Web, it is a reality. We now have something called the ACWDev Collaboration Wiki. As stated on the wiki intro page, it is a “place for ACW historians and other […]