"Fixing the Nets" [HOUN]
Enter Liza Potts, an associate professor at Michigan State University. Potts runs the WIDE Research Center (Writing, Information and Design Experience) there and just so happened to like Sherlock Holmes. But she had no idea what was in store for her.
With a handful of students and a select advisory board of Sherlockians, Prof. Potts set out to wrangle some 3,000 links and hundreds of pages, giving them the modern treatment. But as with all technical projects, there are human elements and stories galore that make this a fascinating adventure.
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Notes1:48 We lied and call upon the ghost of Dudley Moore for help
5:44 An update from Episode 130
7:00 A Philadelphia story
11:45 Wessex Press
13:30 Happy Birthday to _______
16:54 Welcome Liza Potts
17:29 First meeting with Sherlock Holmes - via Jeremy Brett
24:37 Study abroad program
30:04 Taking on Sherlockian.net
43:15 Participatory culture
54:38 The site logo
1:02:51 What's next?
1:13:38 The Baker Street Journal
1:15:19 All we ask is this one thing
- A History of the Hounds of the Baskerville (sic): 1943-2017
- Episode 47: Re: Vampires
- WIDE Research Center
- Episode 99: Christopher Redmond
- The original Sherlockian.net
- Baker Street Wiki
- The all-new Sherlockian.net
- The Noun Project
- Sherlockian.net on Twitter: @sherlockiannet
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