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scipop is edited and
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Professor
Katherine
Pandora
, of the
History of Science
Department
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Univ. of Oklahoma


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each of us literally chooses, by his way of attending to things, what sort of a universe he shall appear to himself
to inhabit.
— william james

............................. useful bookmarks
link to cohen and rosenzweig, digital history book
Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, & Presenting the Past on the Web — Daniel Cohen & Roy Rosenzweig (2006)

"The Pasts and Futures of Digital History" — Edward L. Ayers (1999)
Our Cultural Commonwealth — ACLS Report on Cyberinfra-structure for the Humanities & Social Sciences (2006) [pdf file]
"Roundup of Digital History Blogs" at Digital History Hacks

History Carnival — monthly showcase of weblog posts about history

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my related material
plenary address on: the public and academic history of science & technology in the digital age / 2005

the future of the past: history in the digital age [2006 syllabus]

 
quotation: William James, The Principles of Psychology, vol. 1 (1890), p. 424, original emphasis.
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