Move photos from Facebook to Google+

If you’ve got a new Google+ account, you probably are contemplating whether you really want to spend time investing in one more social network. Given the significant privacy enhancements over Facebook, I’ve decided that it is worth my time. Despite … Continue reading

OCR in Google Docs makes transcription simple

The other night, while running an online seminar in professional development for teachers of US history, I had a request for the text of the Nebraska folk song with which historian Louis Warren concluded his presentation, “Settling with Debt: Western … Continue reading

Four principles of using digital tools to assist humanities research

This post is based on a series of workshops I am developing for humanities graduate students and faculty at the University of California, Davis. While some of what I do in the workshops resembles training on a particular program, I … Continue reading