Digital Scholarship in the Humanities – a great blog

(by way of savageminds.org)

On the recent “that CAMP” conference Lisa Spiro writes:

“As a result of all of the sharing of ideas via blogging and social networking via Twitter, the meeting seems much more intimate, open, and lively than your average conference.”

She lists numerous issues discussed at the conference, which have been added to my “must process” file. As I am procrastinating from my proposal to do research, by actually doing research, I should stop writing right now, and simply suggest you check out all Spiro has to say!

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One response to this post.

  1. Hey, thanks for the kind words. It’s nice to find folks who are up to similar work in different disciplines. I look forward to following your work.

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