Thursday, May 07, 2009

Helots' own JSTOR shoebox

Breaking JSTOR open, a little bit at a time:

Bill Thayer has transcribed a bunch of out-of-copyright scholarly articles and created a subsite called the Antiquary’s Shoebox to hold them. This sort of stuff is normally only on JSTOR, so very valuable to we helots whose duty in life is to pay for the latter, without getting access to it. link.


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Blogger Bill Thayer said...

Just saw this! Yep, I designed Shoebox (and my American History version of it, separate, "American History Notes") for us helots. Not all the items, especially in the latter, are from JSTOR, either. At any rate, a lot of these old journal articles are every bit as good now as when they wuz written, and can still keep us from reinventing the wheel, or even parroting nonsense long since proved such.

8/07/2009 7:33 AM  

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