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Oral history project process

It’s been a while since I posted because I was really enjoying the winter break.  But, I am happy to say that in the interim, a lot of great stuff has happened on my Edgewood archives project. 443 more words

Oral History Project

The Stainforth Digital Library Under Construction, for the Arts & Humanities Resource Center “Gear Up” 2015 (Dartmouth 1-22-15) | The Stainforth Library of Women Writers

A recent post I published on the Stainforth project blog regarding my presentation at Dartmouth’s “Gear Up” event last week. I presented vast quantities of raw transcription — dirty data — as well as some of our processes, tools, and goals. 24 more words


Week 19

The first Digital Humanities event of the semester was held on Wednesday this week. So, on Tuesday, Nikki asked me to put Whitman’s notebooks on hold and create a flyer about the Whitman Archive for the event. 246 more words

Digital Archives

Cat in the Hat

Here’s a Billy Cobham tune from his 2008 album Fruit from the Loom, which includes Junior Gill on tenor pan.  I “cut my teeth” playing cello pan in a steel band, and wish steel drums were heard on more jazz albums.  136 more words


Cooking Lunch, Writing and Saving Money

Hey there! I thought I’d write a blog post about my favorite part of being self-employed while my lunch cooks; writing. I also proofread and transcribe, but my passion has always been writing. 131 more words


Dave Corbus' Solo on Killer Joe

Here’s a transcription for you to sink your teeth into:

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And here’s a quick video:

And here’s the track from Bob Montgomery’s On The Brink Album:


Andy Little

Groove Of The Week #3 - Curtis Mayfield 'Move On Up'

This week’s groove is all about one of the essential tenets of bass playing: consistency

Want a challenge? Try playing the syncopated,hypnotic bass line from Curtis Mayfield’s ‘Move On Up’ for 5 minutes straight whilst maintaining consistent articulation, note length and dynamic level. 47 more words