Monthly Archives: October 2012

Wednesday’s Class

Class on Wednesday had me thinking about a lot of things, but one thing in particular I wanted to mention on the blog is the place of reenactor-types in Civil War memory.  I completely understand why they aren’t normally given … Continue reading

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Superimposed Imagery

Superimposed Imagery I stumbled upon this series of images today that I thought tied in well with our discussions on the public historian’s transcendence of time in space. The images, as you may read, are modern pictures superimposed with World … Continue reading

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Whitewashing for a good cause.

Here’s something I’ve been curious to hear everybody’s thoughts on based on a prior conversation between Dr. Wilson and I on the overly positive tone at the Jimmy Carter Museum. The exhibit tied to his own presidential library is obviously … Continue reading

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Adult Swim’s Eric Andre on Colonial Williamsburg

For those of you who don’t know, Eric Andre is a standup comic, who has his own show on Adult Swim (The Eric Andre Show) and is a cast member on “Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23.”  I originally … Continue reading

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Determining the Popularity of Museums through Google Trends

We talked a little last Wednesday on how one can know a general location of those viewing a website and it reminded me of something Google provides to the public.  Google has set up a way to view trends in … Continue reading

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A visit to the right’s least popular museum – Salon.com

A visit to the right’s least popular museum – Salon.com.

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‘The Oatmeal’ Tesla Museum Fundraiser

This is an article about the project I mentioned in class, in case anybody wanted to read a bit about it.

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