Books to Purchase (These have all been ordered at the NYU Bookstore)

  • John Arnold, History: A Very Short Introduction ISBN-13: 978-0192853523 10th edition Pub. Date June 15, 2000. Order from Amazon-$8.54 or Barnes & Noble-$9.35.
  • David E. Kyvig, Nearby History: Exploring the Past Around You Third edition. ISBN: 0-7591-1300-9 Pub. Date: Aug. 2010. Order via Altamira Press-$32.95 or Barnes & Noble-$22.23. Do not buy the first or second edition, they are old
  • Julie C. Meloni & Michael Morrison, SAMS Teach Yourself HTML & CSS in 24 Hours ISBN-13: 9780672330971 Pub. Date: December 2009. Order via Amazon-$23.09 or Barnes & Noble-$29.91
  • Roy Rosenzweig and Dan Cohen, Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web ISBN-13: 9780812219234, Pub. Date: 08/28/2005. Order via Amazon-$24.95 or Barnes & Noble-$25.79. This volume is also available at the Center for History and New Media's website.
  • Clay Shirky, Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing without Organizations ISBN-13: 9780143114949 February 2009. Order from Amazon-$10.88 or Barnes & Noble-$11.52.
  • Paul J. Silvia, How to Write a Lot: A Practical Guide to Productive Academic Writing Pub. Date: Jan. 7,2007. Order from Amazon-$10.17 or Barnes & Noble-$13.19.
  • Gene Smith, Tagging: people-powered metadata for the social web ISBN-13: 9780321529176 Pub. Date January 6, 2008. Order via Amazon-$15.60 or Barnes & Noble-$34.19
  • David Weinberger, Everything is miscellaneous : the power of the new digital disorder ISBN-13: 9780805088113 Pub. Date: April 2008. Order from Amazon-$10.14 or Barnes & Noble-$10.80.
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