For a powerful and fun online timeline tool that lets you add videos, pictures, sound and text, try http://www.xtimeline.com. No programming necessary! There’re wiki like functionality in terms of collaboration and tracked changes.
I’d love to get your feedback on our tool.]]>
@tbrock: I’d not heard of BeeDocs–thanks. (I’ll need to see what additional capabilities the $40 gets you . . . .)
@Dance: That makes sense, too. My assignment is almost a stereotypical literature professor-attempt to gesture at historical context without profoundly derailing the literary content.]]>
onclick). That’s one of the drawbacks of using table markup.
I think an assignment on crowdsourcing a timeline of the Victorian Age sounds pretty darn cool, but then I do have a B.A. in History.
Thanks for the kind words about both S5 and the timeline! They were definitely fun to do and share with the world.]]>