Monthly Archives: December 2012

2012 Year in Review: Digital History, Digital Cultural Heritage, and the Born Digital History of Science

Looking back on this year makes me exhausted. It looks like I managed to put up 34 posts on The Library of Congress Digital Preservation Blog as well as 11 posts on Play the Past and 24 posts here on … Continue reading

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Implications for Digital Collections Given Historian’s Research Practices

The new ITHAKA report, Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Historians is something that everybody working with cultural heritage collections should read. It’s full of good stuff, but in my opinion the key finding is that Google is now (by … Continue reading

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Seeing With Cinimagram

I’ve been dabbling a bit with Cinamagram this week. It’s a free app that lets you create Cinamagraphs. Their tagline is “Create a stunning hybrid between photo and video”  and it does a nice job at letting you create something that … Continue reading

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