Coptic is the last stage of the Egyptian language and is still used at Coptic Christian churches. Coptic uses the … Continue reading Read and Write Coptic on Your Smartphone: Interview with Mina Makar on Coptic Bible, Dictionary, Keyboard, and Agpeya Apps
By Franziska Naether (Leipzig/Stellenbosch) Franziska Naether (PD Dr. phil habil.) is an Egyptologist, museum curator, and digital humanist with a focus … Continue reading Digital Archiving & Curation – Report from a Session at a recent Digital Humanities Conference in Kyoto KUDH)
When conducting research on documents pertaining to the Ashio Copper Mine Incident at Sano City Museum in late 2020, I … Continue reading How about a copy stand?
I recently purchased a CZUR Aura X Pro to scan documents and books in my office, home, and at libraries … Continue reading Book and Document Scanning with the CZUR Aura X Pro
Back to mechanical keyboards. If you are a writer and have not tried these out yet, you are missing out! … Continue reading Varmilo VB87M bluetooth keyboard
This is one of those geekier posts. Mechanical keyboards. Again. And this time I had the opportunity to test the … Continue reading IBM Model M: the mother of all keyboards
Evernote’s new automatic document scanner is an interesting look at how we will be able to scan text materials with … Continue reading The future of document scanning: we are not there yet
Carrying a smartphone has made my tablet obsolete. Digital reading has two main modes; plain text or PDF. Plain text … Continue reading Reading on a Phone
Next to your keyboard, your monitor is the part of the computer you encounter most often. In fact, many people … Continue reading How Important Is Your Monitor?
I was in the market for a new phone. A ‘smartphone’. Having had my current phone since 2007, I had never … Continue reading The Scholar’s Phone, Fall 2014