Tag Archive for 'Digital Humanities'

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This has been a comparatively slow week. Here’s some recommendations for reading up on it anyway. »»»»

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And with that, I think, we’re back. Here’s some of the things I was reading while we weren’t. »»»»

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What might look like a slow week on Signifying Media has in fact been exciting and filled with work in real life; after taking up my new job in Freiburg in December, I have now finally moved from the bed-no-breakfast-place I was staying and am beginning to turn a flat into a place to live. Whatever it will eventually turn into, I realize it cannot compare to anthills (via Kraftfuttermischwerk), and yet we call it home. So right now, I have nothing to offer but a belated collection of other sources. But I’ll be back with more soon, I think. »»»»

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“A wake-up call’s mother is unfolding.  At the other end is a bell, which is telling us we have built a house at the foot of a volcano.” These are just the first of the amazing claims made by Thomas Friedman in his most recent column, as isolated by an anonymous friend of Jonathan Chait’s. Here are some more things on the net that I found interesting during the last few days:

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What’s that? Signifying Media has been quiet for a week? And right in the middle of virtuality week, no less? Lies! Rumours! Hearsay! Er, and apologies. I think we’ll be back by tomorrow. I guess. Meanwhile, here are some things other people have been writing while I wasn’t. »»»»

Umfrage zur Verwendung von Onlinewörtbüchern

Das Institut für Deutsche Sprache in Mannheim ruft zur Teilnahme an einer Onlineumfrage auf, die Ansprüche an die Verwendung von Wörterbüchern im Netz untersuchen soll. »»»»

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Back once more. The basic formula still applies: The following recent links are collected here on the basis that I found them interesting, and if you’re reading Signifying Media, then so might you. »»»»