Organizing browser items in a heavy online workflow can present challenges. Opening one tab inevitably leads to opening more tabs … Continue reading Organizing Browser-heavy Workflows
Sometimes I miss watching movies with commercial interruptions, at the theater or on television. Not only were they a great … Continue reading Old Chinese Prêt-à-porter. A double-edged sword.
We are in an age of unprecedented information access. As academics in the humanities, we all have too much information … Continue reading We Need a Better System: Streamlining Academic Digital Workflow from Reading to Writing
The Algerian Scientific Journals Platform (ASJP) is an electronic publishing platform developed and managed by the Research Center for Scientific and Technical Information (CERIST) of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, of the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria. Continue reading Decolonize University-Based Journals
The Three Levels of Digital Humanities I wish to sketch out a general framework that should make it easier to … Continue reading How to level up in DH
Synopses represent an important and user-friendly tool for the comparison of versions of biblical texts. Whether for deepening one’s own … Continue reading Easily Creating Synopses for Biblical Languages in Different Directions
With the rise of smartphone technology, the market for electronic dictionaries (J. Denshi jisho 電子辞書) has gradually shrunk. When I … Continue reading Denshi Jisho: Are they still worth your time?
Visitors to my personal blog know that I am currently wrestling with a particular Greek biblical tradition of the book … Continue reading Classical Language Tools
In the past year or so I have been seeing and hearing an increasing amount about the capabilities of Google … Continue reading Google Docs and OCR: Some Experiments Transcribing Japanese Language Texts
Today’s contribution was written by Greg Paulson. Paulson is a research associate at the Institute for New Testament Textual Research … Continue reading Introduction to the NTVMR