OOO, the XO, and OLPC again; or OOO applied.

Almost a year ago, on my old blog, I responded to Alex Reid’s post about the ontology of composition as it might apply to One Laptop Per Child, the XO Computer, and/or the Sugar operating system (“objectified” as Sugar on a Stick).  Having just read Alex’s keynote address at Computers and Writing, Composing objects: prospects for […]

The Landscape of Digital Humanities | Mendeley

The Landscape of Digital Humanities | Mendeley. This post might be of interest to a few people in #ec457; a link to a set of readings about “digital humanities.”  Anyone going onto graduate school in English or History will certainly run into this concept again.  What we are doing could be characterized as digital humanities, […]