After some adjustments, the very first questionnaire that I have realized on this blog evolved. It is now more complete and should allow to answer quite a lot of questioning. A first draft I will certainly let you know returns over time. In the meanwhile, you can find it in French by clicking directly on the icon.
The past (historical sciences) and the future (technologies) have for a long time been considered like antinomic notions. Nevertheless, it’s easy to notice that this opposition is becoming less and less obvious. In fact, technologies opened unexplored perspectives and developed free movement of data (Open Data), thus fortering the emergence of new work hypothesis.
An interesting link, a little bit irrelevant in what concerns us, but always nice to discover, if they have already done so.
Everybody knows the various projects that Google developed within the framework of the promotion of the art, the architecture and the archaeology on the Web.
I would return on one of them: the Google World Wonders, aimed to introducing historic sites and to contribute to their valorization (and more indirectly in their protection).