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Digital Humanities Inspiration

This is a republishing of an article I wrote for the Strange Bedfellows project.  The original url is here.

While I have been researching digital humanities and digital humanities centres, I have come across a lot of interesting ideas and quotes, especially regarding the relationship between the humanities and computing.   Here is a small collection of the quotes I have found, arranged in a pseudo-meaningful way.  I am not quite sure of the point that I am trying to make here, perhaps it is several.  Hopefully you will find these as interesting as I do.

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Shakesbook is Live

Hello All,

I am sorry for the delay in posting for so long this summer however all of the delay can be attributed to my newest project, Shakesbook.  Shakesbook is a website that I designed which focuses on social relationships in Early Modern England, particularly on relationships to do with the London theatres and playwrights.  (It is available at http://www.shakesbook.org/ )   Continue reading

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