The GGAT massive turned out in force for the Digital Past 2013 conference at Monmouth today. The morning sessions were at the Savoy Theatre, just up the road from the Shire Hall. The sessions ran from 10:30 until 1 o’clock (without a toilet break!!) and contained lots of interesting and thought provoking papers-highlights being David Penberthy (Cadw) paper on New Technologies and Interpretation: Playing with Fire and Water and Dr Chris Lintott’s paper on working on citizen science projects ‘The Zooinverse – Working with 750,000 volunteers’. The afternoon was split into two separate seminars, either Digital Data Sets or Heritage Tourism (Heritage Tourism won out for most people!).