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mapping visually

Lima’s book is an absolutely new experience for me; even though I took a class in critical mapping last semester and we did cover unique, weird, and radical maps, somehow the scope was a lot more restricted than in Lima’s … Continue reading

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NGram is a bit hazy to me

My experience with Google NGram was as thrilling as it was head-scratching. I entered the words epistle and diary to see how the genres have shifted or which has dominated and I’m not too sure that’s what I got. My understanding … Continue reading

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Voyant Tools rocks

IMO Voyant Tools helps one tear into the text. Yes, it has appealing graphics: both visual representation and color, which made me wonder if there was some meaning imbedded there, which I was neither aware of nor able to figure … Continue reading

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New York through fiction

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the miracle of digital archives

I would say that the Sept. 11 Digital Archive is a perfect example of effective crowdsourcing. It’s fascinating to see how many people were engaged in it and how rich and succinct their narratives are. I could also see that … Continue reading

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Graphing and mapping literature

Moretti presents a novel idea of doing research. Even though I still believe that in some cases and in some departments, especially English, it’s hard to make academics see quantitative research as academic research, I’ve witnessed a new trend shaping … Continue reading

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My peer review on criticism in DH

As I was writing this peer review, I realized that the scope of the paper itself is too broad and that’s why I was grappling with what deserves more space and thought. I tried to keep the review  focused, but as … Continue reading

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I just posted an open peer review on an article on criticism in DH http://t.co/xKaaNMbQ #cunydh12

I just posted an open peer review on an article on criticism in DH http://t.co/xKaaNMbQ #cunydh12 Continue reading

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Digital, digitally rhetorical?

For this post I’m going to “mine” Kathleen Fitzpatrick’s piece for a number of reasons which go in tandem with the various dilemmas she tackles. What jumped at me first was the singularity and the plurality implied in the concept … Continue reading

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