Just a heads-up: So far, I haven't spoken of Evellum's products on this blog because I couldn't seem to find anything but advertisements online. Recently, I was at the the British Library and bought two of their interactive dvds. I hope to review them here soon.
- Got Medieval posts his monthly entry on medieval dates with a reference to some unfortunate swine in Welcome to December.
- At The Langar Hall, there is an article, Preserving What History We Have Left, on Sikh historical documents.
- Europeana.eu has been shut down due to traffic problems but is expected to be available again in the middle of this month.
- YLE Radio 1's weekly podcast has been uploaded, titled IMF: Pessima imminent.
- Here's a CFP for a conference on Digitizing Medieval and Early Modern Culture.
- Easily Distracted posts an entry he wrote to first-year students about Finding Primary Resources.
- There has been a slasher at the British Library! I'm just dumbfounded at this . . .
- On a lighter note, here is a recipe from several medieval manuscripts for pegions stewed.
"Dr Stella Panayotova, keeper of manuscripts and printed books Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge, introduces the museum and shows a rare example of a Dutch medieval manuscript. http://www.slv.vic.gov.au/goto/medieval"