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This draft is not the latest, because we were having some troubles regarding extra-characters/formatting. It will be revised again before going to print. For now, some minor revisions are noted in my comments below
[...] forthcoming, 2013), has been posted in an open source peer review version. It is available at http://historyblogosphere.oldenbourg-verlag.de/open-peer-review/key/ for review and comments (simply register first) through mid-December [...]
[...] since at least the Renaissance and Petrarch’s “Dark Ages” As it turns out, in a recent ‘open peer-review’ online article Newton Key points out that the very term “early modern” really only caught on c. 1970, [...]
[...] It has been far too long since I posted anything here: the last few months have been exceptionally busy, and once you get out of the rhythm of blogging it’s hard to get back into it. But I thought I should break my silence to link to Newton Key’s draft article on the early modern blogosphere, which you can find an open source peer review version of here. [...]
[...] Key has opened an extremely interesting paper entitled ‘Crowdsourcing the Early Modern Blogosphere‘ for open peer review on Oldenbourg Verlags historyblogosphere project (a membership is [...]
[...] fascinating draft article on the ‘early modern blogosphere‘ draws some interesting comparisons between the dissemination, discussion, and reading of [...]
[...] http://historyblogosphere.oldenbourg-verlag.de/open-peer-review/key/ [...]
[...] been used for research by Newton Key on blogging practices (see the Open Peer Review version here Newton Key History blogosphere).  Lee Durbin has used the feed data from Early Modern Commons to set up a twitter account called [...]
[...] forthcoming, 2013), has been posted in an open source peer review version. It is available at http://historyblogosphere.oldenbourg-verlag.de/open-peer-review/key/ for review and comments (simply register first) through mid-December [...]
[...] article “Crowdsourcing the Early Modern Blogosphere,” originally posted in an Open Peer Review version, has been revised and published in Historyblogosphere: Bloggen in den Geschichtswissenschaften, ed. [...]