I've got a bit more space to work now.

I’ve got a bit more space to work with now.

Outside of perhaps the small (but highly dedicated) group working in the Digital Humanities, I’ve not generally found that historians are all that interested in talking technology. To be certain, a good portion of that is doubtlessly that technology isn’t normally at the centre of the work, though it does do wonders to facilitate it. When looking around a university library, the consultation rooms of an archive, or what a dedicated local carts to a Heritage Ottawa lecture, it becomes clear that the computers that support us comes in all shapes, sizes, and price points. As part of my new spirit of sharing, I thought it would be fun to share some of the tools I use as someone working in three different “worlds” of history.

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