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Adam, thanks for guessing! So, going through your guesses in turn: 22 Antiquity Incorrect. 22 is Journal of Archaeological Science. Antiquity is 20 (see comment above). 23 English Historical Review Incorrect. 23 is Albion (see comment above) 163 International Journal of African Historical Studies Incorrect. 123 is Historiens et Geograpghes. International Journal of African Historical Studies is 68 (see comment above). 227 Studies International Journal of Maritime History Incorrect. 227 is Historian. 83 Journal of American History Incorrect. 83 is Hispanic American Historical Review. Journal of American History is 45 (see above). 241 Journal of Asian Studies Incorrect. 241 is China Quartely (see comment above). 91 Journal of Social History Incorrect. 91 is one of the four titles yet to be guessed correctly... So unlucky, but close. I've created a new blob of derived data based on all the guess so far: https://www.dropbox.com/s/luekf22vynjyuez/2013-11-06_Guess_the_journal_data.csv. So only four left to guess!
Toggle Commented Nov 6, 2013 on Guess the journal! at Digital scholarship blog
John Theibault has guessed three correctly https://twitter.com/jtheibault/status/395602848487989249. These are: 68 is International Journal of African Historical Studies 45 is Journal of American History 20 is Antiquity Of his other guesses, the correct journals are: 82 is French Studies 241 is China Quarterly 23 is Albion 76 is International History Review So, four more to get. Keep guessing!
Toggle Commented Oct 31, 2013 on Guess the journal! at Digital scholarship blog
Apologies. Should be fixed now.
Toggle Commented Oct 30, 2013 on Guess the journal! at Digital scholarship blog
As an addition to the point on authorship, Adam Crymble has pointed me toward the very excellent Fair Cite initiative https://faircite.wordpress.com/
My pleasure. I like 'web is MOOC'. But I am also of the opinion that the web only works 'as MOOC' when the users knows how to get the best out of the web. And that, tomy constant surprise, remains a big challenge.
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