A book 100 years older than the Magna Carta has been digitized. “The Textus Roffensis, a 12th century legal encyclopaedia compiled by a single scribe at Rochester Cathedral, in Kent, in the […]
Hey y’all, big favor to ask. As you probably know, tomorrow NaNoWriMo starts. That’s National Novel Writing Month. You can learn more about it here: http://nanowrimo.org/ . Every goldang year I want […]
FamilySearch is beginning to index the 1891 Toulouse Census and is looking for volunteers who can speak both French and English. A man after my own heart has been uploading pictures from […]
Sorry about the silence, y’all — work last week has been rough. And I was doing so good too! Posts will resume shortly.
From Aaron Tay’s blog: 8 Surprising Things I Learnt About Google Scholar. Really thoughtful, lots of external links. Good stuff, Aaron. Coming next month to Duke: a MOOC on copyright designed for […]