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Thinking “immersion” in user-centered Web design

November 30, 2008 by

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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 […]

When you turn history on… does it return the favor?

November 21, 2008 by

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Once again… all this chatter about digital history! What’s it all about? Harry has put up an interesting post focusing on a piece written by Robert Frost. He uses it to help explain his interest in the potential for digital history. I get what Harry is saying. Also, consider this… Do we really realize just […]

Scribd… and more

November 5, 2008 by

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Hmmm, I’m intriqued. I wonder how Scribd might be employed within the practice of digital history. I’m probably behind the curve on this one and would bet that it’s already in use in some history classes. On another note, in gearing-up to write a literature review of materials relating to “interaction design” in digital history, I took a […]