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20/04/2012

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David Longman

No Martin - don't be immodest be proud! Your post has made me think that perhaps I too may be a respectable idiot. At last I have found a voice. Thank you.

Jj27vv

I am unfortunately not even suitably qualified to be a respectable idiot, just 'idiot' or 'clown' will have to suffice. As I give 'The Digital Scholar' a third read I am reminded how you suggest the importance, in contrast to Boyer, of traits that may seem 'unscholarly'. The digital reality will be that only with hindsight will we see what scholarship is produced and then discover how it came about rather thsn thinking that wearing scholarly airs and graces of any kind will deliver the goods.

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