Saving Harvard’s blog history Paid Members Public
Harvard closed down its network of blogs, that helped define the medium in the early 2000s. But, thankfully, they've been saved for posterity.
Quartz obsesses over Victorian newspapers Paid Members Public
Quartz‘s daily Obsessions e-mail is a rather wonderful thing, in its randomness. Some days, the e-mail gets deleted unread, because I have neither the time nor the inclination to read the subject on offer, and some days I devour it. The fact that’s it’s a deep dive
10 years ago #1 Paid Members Public
[http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/assets_c/2011/09/twintowers-2061.html] I had a working lunch on [Wardour Street](http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=51.51419,-0.13456&spn=1.0,1.0&q=51.51419,-0.13456 (Wardour%20Street)&t=h "Wardour Street"
Newspaper History, Wordpress Exploits and Sarah Lacy Paid Members Public
Good Lord, nearly 6.20pm and I still haven’t done a decent post today. And I was so sure it was going to be a quiet day today. Never mind, here are some hit and run things that caught my attention today: * Marc Andreessen is writing about the history
the biggest blog in history? Paid Members Public
What’s life like for British Bloggers in the early 21st Century? History Matters [http://www.historymatters.org.uk/output/Page1.asp] aims to find out tomorrow, by compiling a blog of posts by people all over the UK on one day: tomorrow. On October 17th, it’s inviting people
The Third Space Paid Members Public
The Grauniad gets all excited about the idea that coffee shops are becoming a transitory space between work and home, where you can relax or carry out business: Whipless or Skinny? Our flirtation with the bean gets serious [http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2004/jul/04/foodanddrink]: > ‘Coffee shops
400 years of pain Paid Members Public
What happened 400 years ago today? Unless you were listening to Today [http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/today/] on Radio 4 this morning [http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/today/runningorder/ram/today4_0820_20030725.ram], just as I was, you probably have absolutely no idea whatsoever. In fact,
A face from the past Paid Members Public
The picture above is a real piece of family history. Having the chance to look at, preserve and even publish this makes me very thankful for modern technology. My uncle posted this and a large range of other old pictures to my Mum, as he was cleaning out Grandma’s