Shawn Graham is an associate professor of digital humanities at Carleton University, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He trained in Roman archaeology but has become over the years a digital archaeologist and digital humanist. He keeps an open lab notebook of his research and experiments in digital history and archaeology at his research blog,www.electricarchaeology.ca. He is currently teaching historical methods and digital history at all levels, including seminars in the collaborative MA Digital Humanities program as well as in the MA Public History program.
Ian Milligan is an assistant professor of digital and Canadian history at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. There, he is principal investigator of the web archives for historical research group (https://uwaterloo.ca/web-archive-group/), which is supported by an Ontario Early Researcher Award and SSHRC. Milligan serves as a co-editor of the Programming Historian (programminghistorian.org).
Scott Weingart is the digital humanities specialist at Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. He is passionate about digital humanities, history, science, data, and networks (as well as juggling). He blogs at the scottbot irregular.