Category Archives: cyberinfrastructure

the humanistiscope

Tweet Erica Robles, now at NYU, and I discussed infrastructure a couple of years ago using the term “humanistiscope” as a way of thinking about and packaging humanities infrastructure. We are doing other infrastructure-related work together now, but I am … Continue reading

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A brief of current and planned technology at HUMlab-X

Tweet The WetLab This is a lab for prototyping electronics, constructing robots, art projects, or simply prying things apart to see how they work. The lab contains tools, electronic components, soldering equipment and other useful things for these purposes. The … Continue reading

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Coal Powered Computers

Tweet It’s Spring-Winter time and I’m back in Umeå catching up with HUMlab and the BildMuseet, celebrating the Easter Witches. About to finish Gibson and Sterling’s classic Steam Punk novel ‘The Difference Engine’ which imagines a Victorian age of steam … Continue reading

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