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digipubarch Conference Video- We’re Tweeting but is Anyone Really Listening?

November 14, 2012


Great presentation from Hugh at English Heritage about the reach of twitter at the Digital Engagement in Archaeology Conference: Abstract: We’re Tweeting but is Anyone Really Listening? Evaluating the Impact of Organisational Tweeting Since joining Twitter in March 2010, the @EHArchaeology Twitter feed has grown to nearly 5000 followers. Providing links and information about our projects […]

Tips for Better Digital Archaeology: Getting an RSS Feed from Websites Without RSS Feeds

April 10, 2012


Yesterday, I wrote about how you could create a Google Bundle of several RSS feeds into one feed (update- sadly google killed this when they killed their reader). But, what happens if a great website dose not have an RSS feed? This happens a lot as many websites do not have an RSS or it […]