Month: July 2013 Being basically homebound for the next month or so, this week I began a new “lifelong learning” program. This “program” is not really new in structure, but it is an attempt to order the content of what I have been studying and the substance of what I am writing. On any given day, I […] A New Media Challenge On June 11, 2013, the boundaries of new media history were once again advanced. Working steadily for the prior three months, my research and writing had produced three first drafts, ready to be edited and formatted into three more essays/chapters to be included in the Petticoat Rebellion. Then, literally, out […]