Recently I started reading Mills Kelly’s Edwired, and I have added it to my blogroll. According to its author’s description, it “is a blog that considers the intersection of digital technologies and history.” For example, it has initiated a widely publicized debate about the current state of H-Net and its changing place in the academy.
As a teaching historian, Mills also publishes interesting posts about the curriculum for undergraduate history majors in the United States, as well as the role of technology and resources such as Wikipedia in their studies.
Another blog I’ve been reading lately is at Historia i Media. Unfortunately, I do not read Polish, so I am restricted to their English page. Since June this page has grown to seven posts about history for public consumption, including memorials, a movie, a blog, Wikipedia, and a bicycle ride.