Lawrence Totaro maintains a site called Ultimate Chess Collecting in which he presents the fruits of his avocation and expertise on collecting chess paraphernalia. Lawrence has ventured off into the related area of chess history research, specifically that of digital research, using as his impetus the ideas that: 1) as the ever-growing wealth of digitalized source material becomes available, and as the results of this research is made publicly available, this more effective the method of research will overtake, and replace, the classical methods and 2) that one of the most important, and least used, tools of a researcher should be that of Skepticism.

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