Monthly Archives: September 2010

Updated Handbook Now Available

Al and I have been busy making a few changes to the original Handbook. ┬áIt is now available to read and download in the Workshop Materials section of the website. Participants in this Friday’s workshop at the John Nicholas Brown … Continue reading

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Are You Following Us in an RSS-feed Reader?

Allow me to preach the gospel of the RSS feed for a moment. Any site that has syndicated content–i.e., any blog or site built with WordPress–has an RSS feed. Subscribing to an RSS feed is the easiest way to make … Continue reading

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Changes to Facebook for Non-Profits

In preparation for our October 1 workshop in Providence, Al and I are doing a little refurbishing to the Toolbox. Probably the biggest changes to our existing Handbook are tips on how to use Facebook. Since we first wrote the … Continue reading

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What’s a Catablog and What Can It Do For You?

I’ve just added a new page to the Other Tools section about catablogs. Catablog, as the name suggests, combine catalogues with blogging software. Here’s a short but comprehensive description from ArchivesNext: A catablog is a site created with blogging software … Continue reading

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What to Look Forward to on October 1

Al and I will be presenting a workshop on the Public Humanities Toolbox on Friday, October 1 from 9 am to 12 pm. The workshop will be at the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities at Brown University; you … Continue reading

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