Digital Humanities* and “Digital Humanities 2.0”

Back in June, I attended the Digital Humanities 2008 conference. Digital humanities, for those not in the know (although I’m sure the term is hardly opaque), is the ridiculously wide field covering all humanities disciplines which use computers. So it includes everyone from corpus linguists to software engineers interested in solutions for humanists, and from […]

dead promises we keep around

Well, this blog has certainly not lived up to its title. But at the same time, I have grown fonder and fonder of the motto of Robert Cecil (Earl Salisbury; 1563-1612), which I think I may adopt for myself: Sero, sed serio – that is, something like “Late, but in earnest”! Anyway. Proper post anon.