C-SPAN Lets Me Talk about My Last Project

C-SPAN’s BookTV did a short interview with me about my book as part of their C-SPAN Cities Tour of Fredericksburg that appears this weekend.

Considering that the book came out four years ago now, I’m glad I remembered as much as I did about it.  The interviewer from C-SPAN, Christy Hinton, did a nice job framing the parts of my office that were clean and the nice cover of my book in the background.  More importantly, she edited my responses down to a reasonable summary of what the book is about.

C-SPAN Lets Me Talk about My Last Project


C-SPAN's BookTV did a short interview with me about my book as part of their C-SPAN Cities Tour of Fredericksburg that appears this weekend.



Considering that the book came out four years ago now, I'm glad I remembered as much as I did about it.  The interviewer from C-SPAN, Christy Hinton, did a nice job framing the parts of my office that were clean and the nice cover of my book in the background.  More importantly, she edited my responses down to a reasonable summary of what the book is about.

Hypothes.is

We’ll talk about using Hypothes.is in class tomorrow, but if you want to see how it might be used in annotation of your own primary sources. You can go to http://hypothes.is/alpha/ using the Google Chrome browser and install the Hypothes_is extension.

After you install it (and reload), then you can see some annotations I made in the sidebar that comes up at http://dohistory.org/archive/doc102/102_p1_txt.html

More about this in class tomorrow.