The History of a Good Idea, or Documenting Your Work

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Description One way to get more out of recreating the Middle Ages -- both for yourself and others -- is to research the kind of work you want to do, and then to record what you discover so that others can learn from your process. Developing habits of documentation can give you a feeling of confidence and expertise which really add to the pleasure of creating and sharing your work.
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