I've been noticing a lot of sites still have buttons to share to Google+ which doesn't exist anymore. Looking through old posts it's not difficult to find broken links, especially from posts over three or four years old. Sometimes the old digital files you want to revisit are no longer available, can't be opened, or … Continue reading Digital destruction
Interested in digital humanities?April 8th, 2014 is Day of DH 2014 Welcome to Day of DH 2014!A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities (Day of DH) is an open community publication project that will bring together scholars interested in the digital humanities from around the world to document what they do on one … Continue reading Day of Digital Humanities 2014
The title of this post is taken directly from the National Library of Norway's website.Seriously.http://www.nb.no/English/The-Digital-Library/What-is-being-digitized%5Bmind blown]The digital objects are enriched with metadata and sustainable identifiers which will increase the opportunities for archiving, use and reuse over the next millennium.The National Library of Norway also offers its metadata and digital content as part of other online … Continue reading National Library of Norway is digitizing its entire collection.
The annual College Art Association (CAA) conference will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center from February 22nd to 25th. From the CAA’s website: “Speakers and panelists will present their recent artistic projects and art-historical research, while others will talk about relevant issues in pedagogy, technology, publishing, and the academic workforce.” CAA is the … Continue reading VRA + CAA, February 2012, Los Angeles