16. Libraries remain the only place where you can spend hours in a publicly-accessible building without being expected to spend money. Parents come to entertain their children for free on wet days. People in poverty come for a warm place to sit. Libraries are a haven.

Call for papers. European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography in Luxembourg. S08. SPATIAL COMPUTATION IN ARCHEOLOGY AND HISTORY. #ECTQG2019 https://t.co/0nRbaeQTCx

Another article hinting towards the importance of history: https://t.co/vVZP4uV78t Includes lovely techgeeky definition of culture: "the operating system" for society. Makes it pretty clear, doesn't it?

C²DH Visiting Researcher Fellowships 2019
https://t.co/ex7a0FXv1y

The institute #santafe #institute @ Santa Fe Institute https://t.co/jnpFNUYhhz

The Economist starts publishing data and code behind articles. #JupyterNotebooksInTheWild https://t.co/jSRb1kxTkB

Today the DTU Digital History & Hermeneutics @dtu_dhh joined Twitter! Follow us to get regular updates about our research project #digitalhistory #digitalhermeneutics #digitalhumanities #interdisciplinary #phd #training
Shout out to @C2DH_LU @uni_lu @FnrLux @a_fickers!

⁦@KaarelSikk⁩ grand conceptualisation with utility and ecosystem services for ABM applied to settlement making to match scarce archeological data. ⁦@uni_lu_Geo⁩ and digital history ⁦@ccs18gr⁩

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