Browsing All posts tagged under »hypertext theory«

How Digital is your History? – Where some blog hosts fail

September 3, 2009 by

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There are times when I think that blogging challenges us in ways we don’t realize. There is an underlying current that is moving and often, many bloggers aren’t moving with it. I think it is often attributable to poor blog hosting services. Blogging is part of the social interaction that is Web 2.0 (duh, no […]

Is it not true that Clio is only partially wired?

April 1, 2009 by

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I don’t think I’m in agreement with the thoughts of some (maybe more than some) others about the progress of digital history as a practice. I think it has a lot to do with the current graduate program that I am in. I’ve spent so much time focused, especially within the last three semesters, on hypertext […]

What is formal and informal digital history?

November 16, 2008 by

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I find this post interesting just for the nature of the post. As some are aware, I, along with others, have been involved in developing a wiki, and some of us have been copying some of our posts to the wiki to carry over discussion to that “outlet.” However, in this post, I’m carrying over […]

When saying “I am studying Web design” just isn’t enough

April 18, 2008 by

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It’s been quite a while since I posted on anything relating directly to digital history, but the impulse struck me today. Granted, by writing this blog, I have been, to some degree, doing digital history. Yet, I haven’t posted much on theory or anything else that goes along with what really is digital history. To recap a little… after […]

A pause in the data-flow regarding thoughts about Civil War sentiments in the Shenandoah Valley

April 4, 2008 by

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Since I’m unable to find the next set of stats that I had planned to post today, I figured that this was a good opportunity to pause a bit and reflect on what I’ve put online and what is yet to come. About two years ago, when I was compiling data for my thesis, I […]