(Quantitative) cultural studies 🚣
Of Microfoundations (In Memoriam Gary Becker)
Cosma Shalizi on Gary Becker's "Irrational Behavior in Economic Theory".
Book and publishing history 🚟
Market Structure: Theory and Evidence
Starts with questions I'm interested in (in the context of the text industry): "Why are some industries dominated worldwide by a handful of firms? Why is the size distribution of firms within most industries highly skewed?"
Information and Geisteswissenschaften 🏺
"Open Archive for Media, Film, and Communication Studies." Uses OSF.
English 238: Critical Infrastructure Studies Syllabus
Alan Liu's course from Fall 2018
Articles from blogs I follow around the net
FOSS wins again: Free and Open Source Communities comes through on 19th Century Newspapers (and Books and Periodicals…)
I have never been more encouraged and thankful to Free and Open Source communities. Three months ago I posted a request for help with OCR’ing and processing 19th Century Newspapers and we got soooo many offers to help. Thank you, that was heart warming a…via Internet Archive Blogs November 23, 2020
One of the goals of a new World Wide Web: the Decentralized Web was to help people make money by publishing on the web. There are approaches to this such as Coil, but the vision in the paper has not … Continue reading →via Brewster Kahle's Blog November 16, 2020
Virtually anyone working with XML files in the context of the Digital Humanities, and especially in the context of scholarly digital editing, knows the oXygen XML editor. It is mature and packed with useful features, and yet every new version brings even …via The Dragonfly's Gaze March 28, 2020
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