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Ben Rubin and Mark Hansen, Movable Type:
Rebecca Davis and Jen Rajchel, Digital Humanities and the Undergrad:
Daniel Anderson, Waves (Response to a Blog Post):
As I mentioned in class, there will be no class meeting on Thursday, due to my talk at the GVU Center. Information about the talk can be found here.
The talk is not mandatory, although you are welcome to attend. I will see you all in class on Tuesday, having done these readings.
Cumberbatch is the actor who plays Sherlock Holmes on Sherlock. Here’s the link.
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A blog post on the differences between visualizations that ask you to think quickly, and visualizations that make you think slow. Interesting to think of in light of how Sherlock the show demonstrates how Sherlock the character solves crimes.
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Fast viz or slow?
“Don’t Circle the Wagons” is Bethany Nowviskie’s most recent post on gender, digital humanities, and the importance of establishing (and sustaining) communities of practice. The post, as well as the comments, are terrific. I’m putting this on the docket for Thursday’s class discussion!