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Roundup for 3/5

Posted on March 5, 2008 under blogs, history of medicine, minnesota, Uncategorized

Mike Rhode from the NMNH has a blog called A Repository for Bottled Monsters. It looks like the NMNH is doing some great work with digitizing their collections and finding aids. I’m particularly happy that they’re putting their books up on the Internet Archive. An interesting post from a tech blog about the rising need […]

New blog alert for 1/23

Posted on January 23, 2008 under blogs, history of science, minnesota

Blogospheric news: Students, faculty and staff of the Program in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine at the University of Minnesota, of which I will soon be a proud alumna, now have a blog for news, events, etc. It’s inspired by the Logan Lounge, UPenn’s program blog, but will hopefully be updated more frequently; […]

Metablogging for 10/26

Posted on October 26, 2007 under blogs, history of technology | 1 Comment

A new blog on the history of computing and IT:  my pal Stephanie at the Charles Babbage Institute at the University of Minnesota Libraries has started a blog for the CBI, featuring news about their collections and activities.  I’ve been working for the CBI on a project, and can attest to the fact that they […]