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wysiwyg XML Editors

On a recent post to the TEI listserve: There is a link to some of them, and to some reports, in the XML FAQ at http://xml.silmaril.ie/developers/software/#editors and OpenOffice.org and the teioo package http://www.tei-c.org/Software/teioo/

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“Values Embedded in Information Technologies”

Went to a talk today by Kenneth R. Fleischmann entitled “Values Embedded in Information Technologies” who is an assistant professor at The College of Information at Florida State University. He has done a lot of work with interdisciplinary collaborative research … Continue reading

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Summit on Digital Tools for the Humanities–Day Two

Wow. That’s a lot for one day. This is a break down of the major points of interest. I won’t parcel these out into tools because a single tool might incorporate many of these attributes. Major points of need that … Continue reading

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What’s the matter with matter? Summit on Digital Tools for the Humanities–Day One (Night One)

A sound bite from the Plenary: Imagine building things that are unethical to unplug. I have to say that all the reading I’ve been doing for my exams has paid off tonight at the kickoff of the summit . This … Continue reading

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Curioser and curiouser . . .

Presently (well, not presently but someday in the future on a planet far, far away) I will be writing a dissertaion. I would like some helpful software, because I’m the kind of girl who likes good software. So, I’m curious. … Continue reading

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WordHoard

From the people at WordHoard: WordHoard at the moment consists of two Java applications, WordHoard Reader and WordHoard Calculator, which you can download from At the moment WordHoard gives you access to lemmatized and morphosyntactically tagged texts of Chaucer and … Continue reading

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