Booth's 17 year study and survey of Poverty in London produced a ground-breaking set of revelations some 120 years later using 6 archetypal streets what has changed, what has not and why is the subjec… [more]
Fabulous example of how to do it all better. An ancient text rediscovered, new human knowledge revealed and all the data and joy from the discovery share and open with a Creative Commons Licence acros… [more]
Roman Masterpiece Map the only one from this ancient period to survive,(transcribed as a medieval copy, referenced and featured as a copy in BBC History of Britain here you can access the full maps on… [more]
Dont miss an intriguing tour 8 episodes of 1 hour the first on early history is on I Player for 4 weeks. Michael Wood's wonder and passion for sharing this across various community based history proje… [more]
See this good example of just using google and images with simple captions to narrate a history project and projection of the future. Here is the challenge can looking at your history through the imag… [more]
Old antique and historic maps are a core element of what we believe opens the door to a great fun and interactive way to research your history project. We are very intrigued by not only the historic maps but how to integrate them online with your historic research as we demonstrated at WDYTYA Live.YouTube 1st Cut Demo Animation, enhanced resolution and audio coming shortly... Work in progress, updates coming soon!
Intriguing Mapping will provide a resource and toolkit for all your history projects to help give you an insight on how old maps can be integrated for your project using standard PC/Mac technology. This is hands-on how-tos, to integrate historic mapping with current and intriguing connections to online maps and make the important connections to your research family, locations, themes of specific interest.Resources include Google Earth, Google Maps and toolkits for integrating historic maps, place name and surname research so watch this space...