Month: July 2016

Report of the Silk Roads

by Peter Frankopan Thanks again to Brian for sharing his thoughts in advance. A fine review covering in fine detail aspects which certainly helped stimulate our discussion. There were mixed, but I think generally favourable reactions to the book as a whole – noting that some were reading it and others having it read to […]

Pondering Sidenotes

The last week found me teasing out techniques for working with sidenotes as alternative to footnotes or endnotes. In a contentually brilliant PhD Dissertation on timelines as a digital collection visualisation tool – I was concurrently impressed by the quality of the layout of the entire dissertation to enhance readability. Florian Kräutli’s dissertation  is a great example […]