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A public information announcement… I suppose…

September 12, 2011 by

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Once in a blue moon (and no, tonight isn’t really a blue moon, but you get the point…), I like to point out what this blog is about. Generally, it focuses on a relatively small range (really!) of topics, dealing primarily with what might (to some) be considered “alternative history” of the Shenandoah Valley in […]

Why “Cenantua”?

October 6, 2010 by

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I love this time of year. It’s a chilly day, the sky is overcast… … I have a fire in the wood stove… … and a relaxing cup of cappuccino in my manly-man Mickey Mouse coffee mug (what else??!!) is close at-hand. Feels like a good time to sit down and write… just wish I […]

Doth a Wiki Cometh?

November 8, 2008 by

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If you haven’t been following it, many of us are all over the board in three different blogs in discussion focused on, more or less, the potential for more dynamic blogging within the practice of digital history (after all, the blog… well, it’s not just for blogging anymore). On this blog, most recently, there has been comment exchange in […]

An unconventional use of blog space — the rough draft of my hypertext nonfiction, “Being Cenantua”

April 20, 2008 by

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It’s most certainly a work in-progress, but for what it’s worth, I’m opening access to my hypertext nonfiction, “Being Cenantua.” Personally, I consider the site currently on par with a construction site in an early stage (READER BEWARE — there are “dead links.” O.K., by definition, they don’t necessarily qualify as “dead links,” the hyperlinked […]