Month: January 2012

DH. Visually. (in isolation)

DH. Visually. (in isolation)

check out this osmium-dense new infographic by Melissa Terras ….as I return to this data, I’m struck by how islanded it is and how useful it could be to review these figures in the context of data about the humanities in general or data about […]

CMS Nirvana

CMS Nirvana

the image below (txs GSB for sending it my way) has sparked some serious, unintended controversy for the blogger who posted it, but it’s pithy, and based on my experience digging around in the guts of both Drupal and WordPress, dead on.

janus

janus

Endings and Beginnings. January is tough. It hasn’t snowed enough yet for us to test our skis. The (packed, productive, working) holiday is over. And my spring term to do  list is HUGE. This semester the MBDA project is pushing to advance our work with […]