Carnival! Carnival!

28 June 2006

A belated thanks to history hacker William Turkel for posting a Roundup of Digital History Blogs, this one among them. I’m humbled by the company. There were a number I hadn’t seen before: all the more to keep up with, I guess. A pleasant burden. I’ve updated my blog links to add several for routine viewing.

Dr Turkel says we don’t have enough for a carnival – but how about if we stretch to include manifestoes and forth-holding; journals, umbrellas, and fora; how-to‘s and workshops; hints to coming attractions; not to mention articles, ‘papers‘ or news items on the techno-classroom, academic initiatives, public history, personal archives, wikiHistory, learning with primary sources, etc.

OK, so these don’t technically make a blog carnival …

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