Browsing All posts tagged under »Virginia Center for Digital History«

Where did the zeal go for the “new frontier?”

October 28, 2008 by

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Apparently, I need to do some more blog surfing because I missed this post by Mark Grimsley. In a follow-up post, Mark posted Anne Rubin’s presentation that details her “disenchantment” with digital history as it relates to the Civil War. Her “Sherman’s March” project sounds ambitious, but well-worth the effort. Rubin is absolutely on target about the current state […]

A philosophy worth taking to heart

October 26, 2008 by

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Since this is my 101st post, I think it is fitting to take time to reflect on the beginnings of this blog. Before I made the leap into the Civil War blogosphere, I created an annotated bibliography focused on the practice of digital history. From all that I found, one item in particular stuck with me. Writing about potential of history […]