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Digital Me, Digital (Yo)u

I’ve decided to go backwards a bit: I have been working on chapters 1 & 2, but sorting out those themes made me want to go back and get the introduction straightened out. This is the absolute beginning of the book. Fire away: I eagerly await your comments. “Hackers create the possibility of new things entering […]

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Why Are Historians Slow Adopters?

I think we all know that, aside from a very small number of departments, the long-needed reform of graduate education in the humanities is not happening. Part of what drove my interest in writing this book was, as I will discuss in the final chapter “A Hacker in Every Department,” is that I am adamantly […]

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