Monthly Archives: March 2015

Setting Limits: Knowing When to Stop Encoding

My Digital Scholarly Editing class has been hard at work recently preparing a website featuring the diaries of World War I soldier Albert Woodman. In doing so, we have needed to encode the handwritten diary in a machine-readable format. We … Continue reading

The World is Flat: Reasons for Incorporating Flat Design into the Versioning Machine

As a part of my studies in Digital Humanities, I am taking part in a Practicum involving the Versioning Machine, a text-comparison platform developed by Susan Schreibman. The interface allows for multiple versions of a TEI-encoded text to be displayed … Continue reading