Tue Mar 23 2010 15:48 Connected Histories project plan: "All code and technical developments generated by the project will be available as an Open Source, and governed by a Creative Commons Licence." Also, source control referred to in one place as CVS and in another as Subversion
Thu Mar 18 2010 16:25 http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2010/03/12/the_history_of_the_honey_trap: poor Mata Hari! (her last name had always made me think she was Indian)
Mon Jul 20 2009 13:08 Academic Earth - The Civil War and Reconstruction Era, 1845-1877: I've heard great things about these lectures
Tue Mar 24 2009 09:03 EST http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyatlov_Pass_incident: As the SF Chron article asks: how creepy do you want it?
Thu Jan 01 2009 15:41 EST Palonis, Estelle V. English (ca 8-45) [13 l.] [re language problems]: "Particularly in the Social Sciences, it was difficult to counteract the obvious fact that we had not abided by the rules of the game in our treatment of the Nisei."
Wed Dec 24 2008 13:13 EST BBC - WW2 People's War - A Woman Doctor (Part One): a five-part recollection of a British woman who worked in military medicine in WWII - hilarious
Sun Dec 07 2008 03:19 EST http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/A_Tryst_with_Destiny: worth considering: what is the Indian idea, akin to the American idea?
Sun Dec 07 2008 03:18 EST http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Keep_Moving_From_This_Mountain: MLK, Kerala, and untouchables
Wed Jun 18 2008 08:59 EST Loving Day: Celebrate the Legalization of Interracial Couples: Need to check out for more AWWW stories
Mon Mar 17 2008 09:03 EST The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Eugenic Marriage, Vol. 2, by W. Grant Hague, M. D. : Need some creepiness? Here you go!
Tue Oct 09 2007 19:18 EST The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Sceptical Chymist, by Robert Boyle: Chemistry? Pull the other one!
Mon Aug 06 2007 21:11 PST Table of Contents: The Best of Creative Computing Volume 3: "It's time for a National Computer Club"
Mon Aug 06 2007 19:14 PST Internet Archive: Details: Alan Kay: Doing with Images Makes Symbols Pt 1: It's Reading Rainbow! (It's also an early SNL skit.)
Thu Jul 05 2007 14:13 PST NARA | The Declaration of Independence: A Transcription: Let's teach the US Declaration of Independence in English/Lit class, not just History. The brilliance of "let Facts be submitted to a candid world."
Thu Apr 26 2007 11:52 PST Xooglers: Here's your desk. Now start doing marketing stuff.: "I suffered from what Sergey would often describe as a "big company attitude" that led me to expect rules and process and clearly defined areas of responsibility."
Sat Feb 24 2007 07:20 PST Crooked Timber » » Trees, flowers, mountains, stones: Fascinating surname history from around the world; includes insulting names purposely chosen to inconvenience tax collectors
Mon Jan 01 2007 14:06 PST Hut 8, Naval Intelligence, Alan Turing's Hut on Flickr - Photo Sharing!: Can't you see I'm BUSY IN THE HUT
Mon Jan 01 2007 10:27 PST: Another old address: 10966 Roebling Ave #10A, 90024
Mon Jan 01 2007 09:56 PST: 2000 address: 415 gayley #12, 90034
Mon Oct 23 2006 20:15 PST Listology: "1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die": "Here is the list you requested". I count 69 of these read, 22 owned but not read, 8 on wishlist
Mon Oct 23 2006 12:45 PST http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decembrist_Revolt: Pro-democracy activists: be careful about chanting "Constitution" if your autocratic ruler's name is easy to mistake for "Constitution"
Sun Oct 22 2006 18:42 PST Ask reddit: I plan to travel back to the 1400s. Any advice on how to recreate the Internet? :-) (reddit.com) : Ted Stevens jokes and temporal mechanics
Sat Oct 21 2006 08:50 PST Cool Tool: Histomap of World History: to replace the Time/Life Hammond Ultimate Civilization chart between the pirate flag and the "I'D RATHER BE SMASHING IMPERIALISM" bumper sticker
Mon Jul 17 2006 20:45 PST Outlaws of the Marsh: A Somewhat Less Than Critical Commentary : From Andrew Leonard's weblog. There must be a free translation online; who can find it?
Fri Jul 14 2006 18:40 PST The original proposal of the WWW, HTMLized: I'd never seen this before yesterday -- name-checks Colossal Cave. "[Copyright enforcement and data security] are of secondary importance at CERN, where information exchange is still more important than secrecy."
Mon Jun 26 2006 11:55 PST http://web.mit.edu/6.933/www/Fall2000/infocom/start.html: Good analysis, with interviews
Sun Mar 27 2005 23:12 PST China History Forum, online chinese history forum (Powered by Invision Power Board): "Imperial rules and guidelines"
Wed Jan 05 2005 17:16 PST A Critical History of Electronic Games - FrontPage: good show, old chap
Mon Oct 18 2004 13:47 PST Archived: Helping Your Child Learn History: Introduction: "Imagine waking up one morning to find out that you have no memory! Yes, you have become an interactive fiction protagonist!"
Tue Sep 21 2004 13:02 PST http://www.gutenberg.net/dirs/1/0/1/3/10136/10136-8.txt: RPG rulebook for Victorian england
Sun Jul 18 2004 19:41 NST8NDT The History Carper -- Primary Source Documents, Histories, and Stories: primary sources galore
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