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New International Heritage and Conservation News blog

It seems like an age ago that I blogged about the use of the web, particularly blogging, to communicate better issues related to heritage conservation, particularly as it is a field in the broader heritage sector which is perhaps most shrouded in mystery. Communication has tended to be aimed purely at the professional with public […]

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Social Networking and Heritage

I was reading Mia Ridge‘s blog post on the resistance to the participatory web from within the cultural heritage sector, and combined with my planning a trip to Cornwall where I plan to see some megalithic monuments, it really started me thinking. Where would be best to get some good, practical information about visiting stone […]

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