Desktops, then and now :)

Erik Kwakkel has a brilliant post on the mediaeval desktop, here:

http://medievalbooks.nl/2014/10/10/medieval-desktops/

If you’re not following Erik, I recommend him – his scholarship is unassailable, and his posts are brilliantly readable!

This post talks about the issue of needing to read two or more books at once. My favourite solution is the book wheel – here’s a picture of my current desktop. What do you think, one book wheel or two? đŸ˜€ The red “book” is my kindle, whose search facilities are one of my favourite attributes of the e-revolution. And what I’m working on is another revision of Wimer the Chaplain, my 12thC historical fiction piece, which is firmly on the PC, in the cloud – now that’s cheating!

Seriously messy desk

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