- Companion to Digital Humanities Studies, Schreibman, Seimens and Unsworth, eds.
- Companion to Digital Literary Studies,Seimens and Schreibman, eds.
- Morgan's Pinboard for DigitalHumanities
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- Fitzpatrick, K, and J Henning. Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy. New York Univ Pr, 2011. ISBN-10: 0814727883. $23.00
- Hayles, N. K. Writing Machines. The MIT Press, 2002. ISBN-10: 0262582155 $15.00
- O'Gorman, M. E-Crit: Digital Media, Critical Theory and the Humanities. Univ of Toronto Press, 2006. ISBN-10: 0802095445. $28.00
- Vandendorpe, C. From Papyrus to Hypertext: Toward the Universal Digital Library. U of Illinois Pr, 2009. ISBN-10: 0252076257 $26.00
- Ramsay, Stephen. Reading Machines: Toward an Algorithmic Criticism. University of Illinois Press, 2011. ISBN-10: 0252078209 $23.00
- Game: The Path. Tale of Tales, 2009. <http://tale-of-tales.com/ThePath/> or Steam. $10.00 Windows or Mac
- from Tammy Bobrosky: In which something old and powerful is encountered in a vault
- ReadingMachines, part 2: Chaps 4 - Postconditions.
- Eliza and other algorithms
for Oct 21
- Vandendorpe, Papyrus to Hypertext, chaps 1 - 18
- Vandendorpe, chap 19 - 40
- Project: ExploringTheTabularTextProject
for Tue 18 Nov
- O'Gorman, E-Crit, chap 1 - 3
- Check in T 11 Nov: There may be a project for working with E-Crit.
- Armistice Day. No classes
for 2 Dec
- finish O'Gorman
- Create (paper or digitally) a hypericon for this text. Use the index to locate mentions of hypericon and hypericonomy.
- "a pictorial mise en abyme, a conceptually - and ideologically - loaded image that captures the central argument [of the book]." p 39.
- Thanksgiving break
- O'Gorman, E-Crit. chaps 4 - 6
- Your hyper icons
- Rubin Vase
- John Cage 4'33" "4'33" is recognized as a groundbreaking work that synthesizes Cage's interests in chance operations, experimental music, and visual arts. When discussing the work over his lifetime, Cage emphasized that, rather than intending to simply shock his audience, he hoped to attune listeners to silence as a structure within musical notation. In the visual arts, Cage's contemporaries were similarly using chance, “negative space,” and physically dematerialized works that encourage open presentations or interpretations of scripted experiences. " MOMA
- The Large Glass at Wikipedia
- Water, Fire, Gulls and Snow
- Planned Obsolescence, chaps 1 - 3
- Diagrammatic Writing, Drucker. Mulimodal composition, design
- Planned Obsolescence
- Postmedieval Crowd Review Work in progress.
- The New Everday: Seeing Being Seen Student cluster
- Final project assigned - re-reading the manifesto. Prepare a statement in response - extension, replacement, opposition, precision, additional facet ... - as a starting point for our discussion on Thursday.
- 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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