Year: 2013

Morning readings

I have been away from this blog for quite a long time, busy in a lot of other things. I will start again today with a first attempt for a diary. In the morning, before starting the real work, I

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CFP Feminism and Social Media Research – Sunday, Feb 16

CSCW has begun to publish feminist studies and to host panels that specifically address feminist issues such as gender in peer production Building on these renewed interests on gender and social computing, we present a workshop on feminist approaches to

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The scientific method of abstraction is very efficient and powerful, but we have to pay a price for it. As we define our system of concepts more precisely, as we streamline it and make the connections more and more rigorous,

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A good start?

Today is going to be another long, very busy day. Here are some things to get it started. “The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it.” ~ Chinese Proverb #quotes — Zen and

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A digital universe […] consists of two species of bits: differences in spaces, and differences in time. Digital computers translate between these two forms of information – structure and sequence – according to definite rules. Bits that are embodied as

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the natural history of paradise is none too encouraging as a precedent. Apparently it was an excellent place for one person, but it was fatal even for two. Felix Frankfurter to Frank Aydelotte, December 16, 1993. Letter quoted in George

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Events

A few interesting thing will happen soon enough in the DH world (also check the calendar on the right): THATCamp Games , a 3-days event starting Friday 19, has some very interesting session proposals. It looks like a very exciting,

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