Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Durability of Data: When Good Drives Go Bad

One of the topics that came up in the very first session of our core class, the appropriately titled “Digital Humanities: Theory and Practice”, was the issue of preserving digital data.  It is an easy assumption that once a book … Continue reading

10 PRINT “Hello World!”

This is where it all begins—but every beginning has a story, some kind of activation energy that got things moving in the first place.  Let me tell you a bit of mine, and lay down a bit of context for … Continue reading