Pinning vs. Layering: Qualifying Modes of Digital Time Travel — Intro to Digital Public Humanities

After class ended, I stayed behind and was finally able to successfully pin my Berg photos to the Newark350 collection on Historypin. Like all subpar digital cartographers behind their time, I celebrated my tiny victory alone. Except apparently there was a (possibly metaphorical) bird present. At any rate, Historypin is truly exciting for me, and as […]

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