Monthly Archives: May 2014

Mecha-Archivists: Envisioning the Role of Software in the Future of Archives

I had the privilege of participating in The Radcliffe Workshop on Technology and Archival Processing a few weeks back. I was thrilled to be on a great panel with some early career historians and Maureen Callahan. Maureen posted her talk … Continue reading

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Einstein as Science Santa: Monumental Meanings & Wil Wheaton

Recently, Wil Wheaton posted a picture and quote on twitter and his blog (That time I met Albert Einstein) making use of the Albert Einstein Memorial at the National Academy of Science. It’s great, he is sitting on Einstein’s lap, … Continue reading

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