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how far have we come in the digital humanities?

I spent a fair chunk of time last night reading through the first few months of emails (or notes as they were often called) traded in the opening days of the HUMANIST listserve. This goes back quite a ways in

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Posted in Digital History

anthologize this, anthologize that

Today was the big unveiling of Anthologize, a wordpress plugin developed by the NEH-Funded “One Week | One Tool” digital barnraising at the Center for History and the New Media. What does it do? It allows you to export a

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tei, xslt, wordpress

I’ve been struggling recently with how I want to encode the transcriptions of the very many digital facsimiles of my documents. I decided even before I wanted to construct a digital project with my current work that I wanted to

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Deducir ante el Juez la accion ú derecho que se tiene, ó las excepciones que excluyen la accion contrária.

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Chad Black

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