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"We Walk" to Make a Difference

This week’s assignment for my Digital Literary Studies class is to follow a few Digital Humanities tweeters on Twitter. (Who knew there were so many DH tweeters! 348 more words

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About this.

This blog is essentially a chronicle of my thoughts and experiences with regards to the field of digital humanities, within which I am entirely a novice.


Access 2014 Calgary Tuesday notes

As always, it’s a pleasure to be at Access, reconnecting with colleagues and learning about exciting new developments. This year’s version also has the distinction of being the first, and likely only, library conference I will ever attend that’s taking place within a stone’s throw of a 400m speedskating oval. 1,474 more words


First Week (Back) in College

At the time of this entry, this blog is of a Spartan style…to say the least. My fingers are currently shuddering on the keys making the physical act of typing as challenging as the mental gymnastics it seems to be taking to place each letter in the correct order. 630 more words

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Harvard Gazette: "Prospects for Digital Humanities"

I attended #THATCampHarvard last Saturday & got a great deal from it. "Prospects for Digital Humanities" http://t.co/EPxrYP9g8I via @harvard

— Douglas Seefeldt (@dougseefeldt) October 1, 2014

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draft of "The Net Has Never Been Neutral"

For the last four months, I’ve been researching the history of TCP/IP for an article I’m writing for Triple Canopy Magazine. I wanted to build on media studies work by Alex Galloway and history of technology work by… 4,996 more words