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Category Archives: Musings
Aside from this enlivening Public History themed blog, I also maintain a super-top-secret art blog where I occasionally post collages I have made or recordings of my amateur folk singer excursions. Sometimes there’s poems. Anyway, the most recent thing I … Continue reading
I realized last week that it had been quite a while since I posted on this blog! It was not because I was flouting my blogging career but rather due to the deluge of work otherwise known as MIDTERMS! My … Continue reading
For a recent class project, we had to re-design the Glessner House Museum’s webpage. Before: http://www.glessnerhouse.org After: http://www.ghm3.wordpress.com Comments?
(click image to enlarge. seriously. click it.) Brought to you by Adobe Photoshop, the latest, glue-freest medium for making collages.
Our latest internet lurking assignment was to lurk around on Flickr. (Dr. Roberts: are you trying to turn us into creeps? [warning: link is BSFW- barely safe for work.]) Here are some thoughts on Flickr… First of all, enough landscapes. … Continue reading
One of the utmost joys of life as a graduate student is the ability to micro-manage your time and multi-task to the limit. Yes, sometimes multi-tasking includes checking out Jezebel while typing a paper but in this case it was … Continue reading
Here we are in Public History Digital Media- getting bored, forging our way into the future, sharing authority with our readers.