A few things online that caught my attention this week:
It's not too late to help save Books & Culture
#whystudyhistory at Twitter
A brief introduction to getting started in digital humanities
Historians and library databases
Teaching U.S. History blog gets a new look
Was the American Revolution a "good thing?"
Art Remillard on Steelers Nation and the religious side of pro football
Utilitarianism, pragmatism, and virtue ethics in the current debate over higher education
Minorities and national parks
American evangelicalism and the Brethren in Christ Church
The summer issue of The Public Historian
Baseball cards as an art form
Roundtable on Brad Gregory's The Unintended Reformation at The Immanent Frame
Evangelical opposition to a strike against Syria.