Monthly Archives: October 2006

The dreaded passive voice…

So.  I just got called out in class today for using the passive voice in a blog post. I just looked back at the blog post.  I’m frequently guilty of indulging my desire to fall into the passive voice, so … Continue reading

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Google History

It’s like H-Bot, only different…

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…Post on Education and teh Intarwebz…

…This post is mostly in response to Dan Cohen’s No Computer Left Behind. In my methodologies class, the professor gave us an assignment last week that she had given her undergrad class the week before.  We were to take an … Continue reading

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Maps

"Maps………..Wait.They don’t love you like I love you." –"Maps," by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. The song never really made sense to me, but it’s incredibly catchy. I don’t have anything particularly insightful to say about this week’s readings.  They were … Continue reading

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Maps

"Maps………..Wait.They don’t love you like I love you." –"Maps," by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. The song never really made sense to me, but it’s incredibly catchy. I don’t have anything particularly insightful to say about this week’s readings.  They were … Continue reading

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…looking at “The Quilting Frolic.”

"The Quilting Frolic" is a work of art that is used frequently as a window into the material culture of the middle class of the Early Republic.  It was painted in 1813 by John Lewis Krimmel, a German-born American genre … Continue reading

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…looking at “The Quilting Frolic.”

"The Quilting Frolic" is a work of art that is used frequently as a window into the material culture of the middle class of the Early Republic.  It was painted in 1813 by John Lewis Krimmel, a German-born American genre … Continue reading

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Jamestown 1907: the Annotated Bibliography

One of the really nice things about blogging is that you can edit your posts at any time.  This is just a start to what I’m sure will be a much longer list. Primary Sources: American Federation of Labor. American … Continue reading

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Jamestown 1907: the Annotated Bibliography

One of the really nice things about blogging is that you can edit your posts at any time.  This is just a start to what I’m sure will be a much longer list. Primary Sources: American Federation of Labor. American … Continue reading

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Yeah, it’s probably weird of me…

…but I love to check out the visitors’ stats for my blog– see where people are clicking through from. I’ve noticed that there’s some really anal people using Google, who’ve found me on the 14th or 21st hit page.  That’s … Continue reading

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