A couple of days ago I received an e-mail informing me that one of my articles on digitisation was about to be published in Media History. I still feel pleasantly surprised whenever my work materializes in print, but this news was particularly unexpected - by the time it finally appeared I'd almost forgotten about writing it. Looking back through my files, it seems that the first draft of the article was finished on 8 October 2010. The piece was accepted by the guest editors of a special issue of conference proceedings and, in March 2011, I submitted the finished version to the journal. 10 months later, the piece was peer reviewed and I submitted some minor revisions. It was officially accepted on the 18 of June 2012, and finally appeared online in January 2013. More than two years have passed since I first wrote the article. A lot of things have happened to me in that time: I completed my PhD, wrote four other articles, worked at three different universities, moved house three times, crossed the Atlantic twice, learned to drive, and started this blog. The article, on the other hand, is largely the same as it was in October [...]
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This Victorian joke could've been lifted straight from a whimsical webcomic... -Pearson’s Weekly (1895) pic.twitter.com/IMzpdkQXXt3 hours ago
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just when I thought I'd seen it all pic.twitter.com/id9BTL96kt5 hours ago
Oh my! -Pearson’s Weekly (1895) pic.twitter.com/Ehn0z5FQMI5 hours ago
Another ‘continental tit-bit’ from Tit-Bits magazine (1889). pic.twitter.com/xuzJRUZuZq9 hours ago