Here's where I post stuff that I think is interesting and useful enough to share, but doesn't necessarily fit in a more formal publication. Several of these posts have made their way into official publications of one kind or another; for those I tend to remove the trial version from here to reduce clutter.

It's a personal archive of sorts, but it doesn't pretend to be comprehensive. I routinely filter out older posts when they seem to have lost their utility, or if I don't like them anymore.

It's also a convenient place to publish a written version of conference presentations that I think should have a more permanent home.

Unsolicited Advice on Writing a Personal Statement

Sustainable Publishing: Reflections of a Former Programming Historian Editor

On Digital Solitude

Visual Critique in the Humanities

Consider the Poster

Unimagined Worlds of Digital Humanities and Textual Editing

Learning to Read. Again.

Organizing Early Modern Texts

The Universals and Particulars of Poison in the Sixteenth Century

A New Minimalist and Versioned Website

Letting Loose in the Zoo

Lessons from Teaching Historians How to Code

Programming and Vocational Identity

The Uncertain Place of Review Work

Plants, Places, and Metadata

Coding in the Humanities

Assigning Wikipedia

The Tyranny of the Citation

Meeting Roy Rosenzweig

Playing with Data

The UI/API divide

The Message from the Medium

Aesthetics of History