As We Have Blogged

This week out CityLIS Digital Information Technologies and Architecture module comes to an end and with it our requirement to blog on topics and labs covered in class which was the founding purpose of this blog. This post reflects on the experience of blogging as a learning activity. I have contributed to blogs before: personal […]

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Crafting the Digital Humanities

This week’s lab explores some of the markup and semantic design that makes resource like the Old Bailey Online so useful for text mining by contrasting its technical approach with that of Artist’s Books Online. Artist’s Books Online Artist’s Books Online is a project to create digital repository of artist notebooks and other material directed by Johanna Drucker. The […]

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Web 3.0: Towards The Sensing Web

I have to confess.  I don’t like THE Semantic Web. Not the idea of it. I’m fascinated, intrigued, sceptical, excited, doubtful and very interested in the idea of connecting data in more meaningful ways. I love the potential and pour many hopes into it even as I doubt the reality and slightly fear the possible pitfalls […]

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