Tweet Today is Ada Lovelace day all over the world. It is a day that we celebrate excellent women in technology – and I am sure that if you google Ada Lovelace you will find thousands of tales of phenomenal … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: March 2009
Tweet The new part of the lab has been used in a lot of different ways over the past couple of weeks and it has been interesting to see the different configurations that the different events have used. Here are … Continue reading
Tweet Today we have over 100 librarians in HUMlab listening to a talk about humanities computing laboratories and an instillation on Open Access Publishing.
Tweet I am currently doing some working on cyberinfrastructure/e-science for the humanities that will hopefully turn into an article relatively soon. I am interested in conceptual cyberinfrastructure as well as actual implementations and critical perspectives on the discourse of cyberinfrastructure and … Continue reading
Tweet Check out this very interesting video of sci-fi writer, blogger and tech activist Cory Doctorow‘s talk: Privacy: Is it time for a revolution? (you have to click here because of the limitations of the wordpress MU we use. Maybe … Continue reading
Tweet Interesting comparison from the Scholarly Communication Institute 6 (SCI 6 2008, pdf version of the report here): Thus SCI participants arrived at two corresponding challenges that suggested a common approach. For traditional humanities centers, the challenge is to move … Continue reading