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21st Century 2000-2099

Treasured finds as London’s Online Art archives emerge from the dust sheets…

How can you build your own personal online art collection and maybe find some new and intriguing resources and information to enjoy and inform the research for your history project!. Automating some legwork sure worked for me, it is a bit like fishing you need to be patient but it yields results and does much more searching than you could do manually, take a look at the Painting I found for my One Name Study.

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Gutenberg Project Free Ebook Resources

Gutenberg Project 38,000 Free Ebooks for all, legitimate and great research resources non-fiction as well as fiction. Over 100,000 books with partners and affiliates, it is a great resource for historians. Thanks to it’s late founder Michael S Stearn…

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Open Data for History in the Making…

Open Data, Linked Data accessible to all and able to be shared analysed and used by us all. Listen to short video from the excellent Nigel Shadbolt and you will soon see why this is relevant and important for anyone interested in history as well as jus…

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Tim Berners Lee Video Open Linked Data TED Talk

What is ‘Linked Data’ why is open data relevant to anyone with an interest in history…listen to Tim Berners Lee web pioneer telling us all about it, tap into to some intriguingly linked resources and help change the world…

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