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Gayla Koerting Daniel J. Cohen and Roy Rosenzweig's Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web
Thomas G. Lannon Daniel J. Cohen's Our Modern Times: The Nature of Capitalism in the Information Age
St Haffemeyer Data processing and the Analysis of Gazettes From the Ancien R
Rachel Sandoval David Rothenberg and Wandee J. Pryor's Writing the World: On Globalization
Deborah Lines Andersen Defining Digital History
Tatiana I. Filimonova The "Depository" Information Retrieval System: New Facilities to Research and Present Archival Documents
Peter Moritz Der Luther-Bibel
John Bonnett Design By Numbers (John Maeda)
David J. Staley Designing and Displaying Historical Information in the Electronic Age
Boy Lüthje The Detroit of the New Economy: The Changing Workplace, Manufacturing Workers and the Labor Movement in Silicon Valley
Peter Moritz Deutsche Einheit
Wu He, Ph.D. Developing an Online Searchable Bilingual Database for Learning about Central American Political History
Lorraine Tennant The Development of the Centre for Migration Studies' Irish Emigrations Database
Dale A. Stirling Diffie Whitfield and Susan Landau's Privacy on the Line: The Politics of Wiretapping and Encryption
David J. Staley Digital Historiography: Analogies
David J. Staley Digital Historiography: Books
David J. Staley Digital Historiography: Hypertext
David J. Staley Digital Historiography: Information
David J. Staley Digital Historiography: Kasparov vs. Deep Blue
David J. Staley Digital Historiography: Maps
David J. Staley Digital Historiography: Networks
David J. Staley Digital Historiography: Paper
David J. Staley Digital Historiography: Subjunctivity
David J. Staley Digital Historiography: Virtual Reality
Kate Wittenberg Digital Technology and Historical Scholarship: A Publishing Perspective
Marshall Poe Do We Need the UP? A New Model for Scholarly Publishing in History
Jeffrey G. Barlow Doing Asian Studies On the Web
Stephen Robertson Doing History in Hypertext
Stanley N. Katz Don't Confuse a Tool with a Goal: Making Information Technology Serve Higher Education, Rather Than the Other Way Around
Daniel J. Pfeifer Dragon Naturally Speaking
Daniel J. Pfeifer dtSearch ver 5
Martine Cocaud Du texte   la base de données : le libriciel comme outil de production et de diffusion du texte scientifique. Une application   l'hagiographie bretonne