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Collaborating on Han shu (漢書)

Collaborating on Han shu (漢書)

Collaborating on Han shu (漢書) [Part of the 2016 DH Faire as a panelist in “The Library and DH: Support Through Collaboration.” Click on slide images to embiggen.] During this academic year, my MTP colleague Mandy Gagel and I have been the staff participants in Scott McGinnis’s project to build what he calls a digital-literary […]

the state of mark twain project online

Sherry Darling asked on SEDIT-L recently about practices used in publishing documentary materials to the web. Here is my response on behalf of Mark Twain Project Online; I wanted also to post anything at all this year to this blog, so I’ve included the response below.

tech corner

tech corner

Notes on three short talks—includes some poor phone-camera photos.

TEI 2011 opening keynote: Edward Vanhoutte

#tei2011, typed on phone (edited to add: talk has been posted) Poor introducer, whose name I missed, had to read two statements in English at the beginning (with misspeaking of “dark age” for “digital”) before Malte Rehbein’s intro. 150+ participants, 18 countries (Europe, U.S., Asia). Edward Vanhoutte gave a talk in two halves, bridged by […]

day of digital humanities 2010

I participated this year. I’m still working through the aggregated feed of everyone else’s posts. Matthew Jockers has rolled up a interesting cluster-based analysis of the posts of the 117 participants.