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e-book vs. traditional: the past and future of reading and writing

July 25, 2011 by


I was going to write something about the Civil War yesterday, but opted for another direction. The in-process Civil War related post remains in the hopper, and will see the light of day… or rather… the back-lit screen, soon enough. What seems to catch my attention even more, however, are recent developments in the book […]

Thinking “immersion” in user-centered Web design

November 30, 2008 by


I picked-up my copy of Elizabeth: The Golden Age the other day and couldn’t wait to watch it. When watching DVDs, I usually have the best movie-related “immersive experiences” (that often rival the experience in a theater) when I slip the DVD into my laptop, turn out the lights, and put in my skull candy earphones. Since I don’t […]

What makes an historian a “digital historian?”

April 22, 2008 by


Just some passing thoughts today. I say passing because I’m more preoccupied with completing three final projects for the semester. One more week to go and the spring semester of ’08 is history! Nevertheless, in the past few days, I’ve been thinking about digital history as a practice. Is it really ok to say that […]


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