Category Archives: blogging

A bit of nostalgia, because it’s that time of year

Last night I filled out all of the necessary back-to-school forms for my kids and wrote out the also-necessary checks (it’s funny just how much money one has to pay for public schools nowadays–from PE clothes to textbooks to tech-related … Continue reading

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got Twitter?

I recently created a Twitter feed for this podcast/blog (MHpodcast) and you can subscribe here. The twitter feed will be fairly low volume–mostly announcements or links that will be of interest to our podcast community.  Of late I’ve found that … Continue reading

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AHA 2009–Open Thread

I’ll be doing some twitter-style comment-updates about my observations from the AHA 2009 Annual Meeting.  Please feel free to chime in with your thoughts on the various sessions you attend, or add other comments and queries. This being my first … Continue reading

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La Vida Online, August 9

I’m slated to present some thoughts at the Sunstone Symposium in Salt Lake City on Saturday, August 9th, from 4:45-6:15. The panel session, La Vida Online, will be about the blogging lifestyle. Heather B. Armstrong ( is also lined up … Continue reading

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Would you mind taking a moment to help me troubleshoot a few items on this site? Can you try clicking on the ‘subscribe to podcast’ and ‘subscribe to blogfeed’ links in the sidebar and let me know if you encounter … Continue reading

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Academic Blogging

To blog or not to blog? Will it hurt or enhance a career? In what ways can it augment academic book sales and foster community? Adam Kotsko‘s (tongue in cheek) reply: The monograph: dead. The peer-reviewed journal: dead. The classroom: … Continue reading

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