The Center for History and New Media continues to build on the early success of its two new podcasts, the Mozilla Digital Memory Bank Podcast and Digital Campus, releasing new episodes almost weekly and attracting new subscribers by the dozens. This week Episode 6 of the Mozilla Digital Memory Bank Podcast provides highlights from an an oral history taken by CHNM alumna Olivia Ryan from XUL developer Neil Deakin last June in which Neil offers some insights into what it is like to move from a volunteer to a full-time Mozilla employee. Meanwhile, Episode 4 of Digital Campus asks the question “Can social networking sites like Facebook play a productive role in the humanities?” and reports on recent meetings on the digital humanities and digital museums, Google’s new My Maps service, and the Creative Common’s Learn initiative.
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