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==== for week of 19 Sep: Reading the Screen ====
Continuing from the reading we did for this week:
What type of reading experience is being proposed in Hegirascope and 2translation? How do we talk about it? Must we discuss the software used? Must we indicate the colors of the windows, as the words go by? ... It is clear that we require a new vocabulary to talk about this new textual reality. (Gervais)
And looking back over your shoulder t what we read a couple of weeks ago:
APPENDIX: THE LIST OF PRIMARY MOVES AND REFINEMENTS
- Attributes and re nements (not just nuance and in ection, but gestural speci city):
- Embedment: hierarchical frames of reference, stepping inward
- Entanglement: interlinear or spatially complicated conditions
- Embrace: act of protection or aggression
- Enframing: partial to full enclosure
- Surrounding: higher level of aggression, possession
- Subordination: spatial superiorty and inferiority
- Domination: another power move
- Complement: attempt at parity
- Parallelism: attempt at dualism and dialogue
- Shadow: exposing latent tendencies
- Support: providing foundation function Undermine: undercut
- Negation: extreme attempt at undermining
- Engagement: exchange
- Attach: connect, sometimes drive by desire Depend: attachment with issues
- Overlay: obvious
- Obliterate: heavy overlay
- Extenuation: some/any conditional refinement (Drucker, //Diagrammatic Writing//)
and this:
Scholars or creative writers may still have some retraining ahead to think differently about texts in electronic spaces, using their capacities to shape discourse, but as the conceptual habits shift, the technological support structures develop.
[...]
The implications for design are that we shift from the univocal to polyvocal text. We can borrow from the conven- tions of electronic games and offer multiple views simultaneously. Displays designed for navigation or reading or organized topic maps or semantic webs all complement each other without redundancy, as long as the relations among them are made explicit through shared clues such as common elements or reference frames. (Drucker, //Graphesis//)
==== Read Me ====
- [[http://digitalhumanities.org:3030/companion/view?docId=blackwell/9781405148641/9781405148641.xml&chunk.id=ss1-5-4&toc.depth=1&toc.id=ss1-5-4&brand=9781405148641_brand | Vandendorpe - Reading on Screen]]
- [[http://digitalhumanities.org:3030/companion/view?docId=blackwell/9781405148641/9781405148641.xml&chunk.id=ss1-5-3&toc.depth=1&toc.id=ss1-5-3&brand=9781405148641_brand | Gervais - Is there a text on this screen?]]
- [[http://www.frankchimero.com/writing/what-screens-want/ | What Screens Want by Frank Chimero]]


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Continuing from the reading we did for this week:
And looking back over your shoulder t what we read a couple of weeks ago:
and this:
==== Read Me ====
- [[http://digitalhumanities.org:3030/companion/view?docId=blackwell/9781405148641/9781405148641.xml&chunk.id=ss1-5-4&toc.depth=1&toc.id=ss1-5-4&brand=9781405148641_brand | Vandendorpe - Reading on Screen]]
- [[http://digitalhumanities.org:3030/companion/view?docId=blackwell/9781405148641/9781405148641.xml&chunk.id=ss1-5-3&toc.depth=1&toc.id=ss1-5-3&brand=9781405148641_brand | Gervais - Is there a text on this screen?]]
- [[http://www.frankchimero.com/writing/what-screens-want/ | What Screens Want by Frank Chimero]]
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Continuing from the reading we did for this week
And looking back over your shoulder
and
[[http://digitalhumanities.org:3030/companion/view?docId=blackwell/9781405148641/9781405148641.xml&chunk.id=ss1-5-4&toc.depth=1&toc.id=ss1-5-4&brand=9781405148641_brand | Vandendorpe - Reading on Screen]]
[[http://digitalhumanities.org:3030/companion/view?docId=blackwell/9781405148641/9781405148641.xml&chunk.id=ss1-5-3&toc.depth=1&toc.id=ss1-5-3&brand=9781405148641_brand | Gervais - Is there a text on this screen?]]
[[http://www.frankchimero.com/writing/what-screens-want/ | What Screens Want by Frank Chimero]]


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APPENDIX: THE LIST OF PRIMARY MOVES AND REFINEMENTS


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- Extenuation: some/any conditional refinement (Drucker, //Diagrammatic Writing//)
The implications for design are that we shift from the univocal to polyvocal text. We can borrow from the conven- tions of electronic games and offer multiple views simultaneously. Displays designed for navigation or reading or organized topic maps or semantic webs all complement each other without redundancy, as long as the relations among them are made explicit through shared clues such as common elements or reference frames. (Drucker, //Graphesis//)
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- Extenuation: some/any conditional refinement (Drucker, Diagrammatic Writing)
The implications for design are that we shift from the univocal to polyvocal text. We can borrow from the conven- tions of electronic games and offer multiple views simultaneously. Displays designed for navigation or reading or organized topic maps or semantic webs all complement each other without redundancy, as long as the relations among them are made explicit through shared clues such as common elements or reference frames. (Drucker, Graphesis)


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What type of reading experience is being proposed in Hegirascope and 2translation? How do we talk about it? Must we discuss the software used? Must we indicate the colors of the windows, as the words go by? ... It is clear that we require a new vocabulary to talk about this new textual reality. (Gervais)
And looking back over your shoulder
- Attributes and re nements (not just nuance and in ection, but gestural speci city):
- Embedment: hierarchical frames of reference, stepping inward
- Entanglement: interlinear or spatially complicated conditions
- Embrace: act of protection or aggression
- Enframing: partial to full enclosure
- Surrounding: higher level of aggression, possession
- Subordination: spatial superiorty and inferiority
- Domination: another power move
- Complement: attempt at parity
- Parallelism: attempt at dualism and dialogue
- Shadow: exposing latent tendencies
- Support: providing foundation function Undermine: undercut
- Negation: extreme attempt at undermining
- Engagement: exchange
- Attach: connect, sometimes drive by desire Depend: attachment with issues
- Overlay: obvious
- Obliterate: heavy overlay
- Extenuation: some/any conditional refinement (Drucker, Diagrammatic Writing)
and
Scholars or creative writers may still have some retraining ahead to think differently about texts in electronic spaces, using their capacities to shape discourse, but as the conceptual habits shift, the technological support structures develop.
[...]
The implications for design are that we shift from the univocal to polyvocal text. We can borrow from the conven- tions of electronic games and offer multiple views simultaneously. Displays designed for navigation or reading or organized topic maps or semantic webs all complement each other without redundancy, as long as the relations among them are made explicit through shared clues such as common elements or reference frames. (Drucker, Graphesis)
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What type of reading experience is being proposed in Hegirascope and 2translation? How do we talk about it? Must we discuss the software used? Must we indicate the colors of the windows, as the words go by? ... It is clear that we require a new vocabulary to talk about this new textual reality. Gervais


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Continuing from the reading we did for this week
What type of reading experience is being proposed in Hegirascope and 2translation? How do we talk about it? Must we discuss the software used? Must we indicate the colors of the windows, as the words go by? ... It is clear that we require a new vocabulary to talk about this new textual reality. Gervais


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==== for week of 19 Sep: Reading the Screen ====
[[http://digitalhumanities.org:3030/companion/view?docId=blackwell/9781405148641/9781405148641.xml&chunk.id=ss1-5-4&toc.depth=1&toc.id=ss1-5-4&brand=9781405148641_brand | Vandendorpe - Reading on Screen]]
[[http://digitalhumanities.org:3030/companion/view?docId=blackwell/9781405148641/9781405148641.xml&chunk.id=ss1-5-3&toc.depth=1&toc.id=ss1-5-3&brand=9781405148641_brand | Gervais - Is there a text on this screen?]]
[[http://www.frankchimero.com/writing/what-screens-want/ | What Screens Want by Frank Chimero]]


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<a title="By Peter Mitterhofer (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons" href="https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AMalling_Hansen%2C1867%2C_D%C3%A4nemark.jpg"><img width="256" alt="Malling Hansen,1867, Dänemark" src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/00/Malling_Hansen%2C1867%2C_D%C3%A4nemark.jpg/256px-Malling_Hansen%2C1867%2C_D%C3%A4nemark.jpg"/></a>


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[[http://www.yhchang.com | YHChang] Heavy Industries
[[http://luckysoap.com/andbyislands/ | and by islands ...]], Carpenter


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<a title="By Peter Mitterhofer (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons" href="https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AMalling_Hansen%2C1867%2C_D%C3%A4nemark.jpg"><img width="256" alt="Malling Hansen,1867, Dänemark" src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/00/Malling_Hansen%2C1867%2C_D%C3%A4nemark.jpg/256px-Malling_Hansen%2C1867%2C_D%C3%A4nemark.jpg"/></a>


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- one set addressing the cultural history of writing and printing to the present. Including scholarly practices and apparatus: bookwheels, commonplace books, note taking, journaling, and digital work with Annotate, TBX, and others. Videos where applicable.
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- one set addressing the cultural history of writing and printing to the present. Including scholarly practices and apparatus: bookwheels, commonplace books, note taking, journaling, and digital work with Annotate, TBX, and others.


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This set might include //Composition#1//, //S//, maps, other constructions for reading and writing.
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This set might include //Composition#1//, //S//, maps, other constructions for reading and writing.


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This set might include //Composition#1//, //S//, maps, other constructions for reading and writing.


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=== A Course of Probes ===
v McLuhan


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..."and by islands I mean paragraphs" casts a reader a drift in a sea of white space extending far beyond the horizon of the browser window, to the north, south, east and west. Navigating (with mouse, track pad, or arrow keys) reveals that this sea is dotted with islands ...and by islands I mean paragraphs. These paragraphs are computer-generated. Their fluid compositions draw upon variable strings containing fragments of text harvested from a larger literary corpus. Individually, each of these textual islands is a topic - from the Greek topos, meaning place. Collectively they constitute a topographical map of a sustained practice of reading and re-reading and writing and re-writing islands. In this constantly shifting sea of variable texts one never finds the same islands twice... and by islands, I do mean paragraphs.
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...and by islands I mean paragraphs casts a reader a drift in a sea of white space extending far beyond the horizon of the browser window, to the north, south, east and west. Navigating (with mouse, track pad, or arrow keys) reveals that this sea is dotted with islands ...and by islands I mean paragraphs. These paragraphs are computer-generated. Their fluid compositions draw upon variable strings containing fragments of text harvested from a larger literary corpus. Individually, each of these textual islands is a topic - from the Greek topos, meaning place. Collectively they constitute a topographical map of a sustained practice of reading and re-reading and writing and re-writing islands. In this constantly shifting sea of variable texts one never finds the same islands twice... and by islands, I do mean paragraphs.


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...and by islands I mean paragraphs casts a reader a drift in a sea of white space extending far beyond the horizon of the browser window, to the north, south, east and west. Navigating (with mouse, track pad, or arrow keys) reveals that this sea is dotted with islands ...and by islands I mean paragraphs. These paragraphs are computer-generated. Their fluid compositions draw upon variable strings containing fragments of text harvested from a larger literary corpus. Individually, each of these textual islands is a topic - from the Greek topos, meaning place. Collectively they constitute a topographical map of a sustained practice of reading and re-reading and writing and re-writing islands. In this constantly shifting sea of variable texts one never finds the same islands twice... and by islands, I do mean paragraphs.
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> ...and by islands I mean paragraphs casts a reader a drift in a sea of white space extending far beyond the horizon of the browser window, to the north, south, east and west. Navigating (with mouse, track pad, or arrow keys) reveals that this sea is dotted with islands ...and by islands I mean paragraphs. These paragraphs are computer-generated. Their fluid compositions draw upon variable strings containing fragments of text harvested from a larger literary corpus. Individually, each of these textual islands is a topic - from the Greek topos, meaning place. Collectively they constitute a topographical map of a sustained practice of reading and re-reading and writing and re-writing islands. In this constantly shifting sea of variable texts one never finds the same islands twice... and by islands, I do mean paragraphs.


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- another set of contemporary published works that address the practices digital wreading. eg [[http://luckysoap.com/andbyislands/index.html this from J. R. Carpenter]]
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- another set of contemporary published works that address the practices digital wreading. eg http://luckysoap.com/andbyislands/index.html


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for ENGL 4706
=== Two Kinds of Readings ===
- one set addressing the cultural history of writing and printing to the present. Including scholarly practices and apparatus: bookwheels, commonplace books, note taking, journaling, and digital work with Annotate, TBX, and others.
- another set of contemporary published works that address the practices digital wreading. eg http://luckysoap.com/andbyislands/index.html
> ...and by islands I mean paragraphs casts a reader a drift in a sea of white space extending far beyond the horizon of the browser window, to the north, south, east and west. Navigating (with mouse, track pad, or arrow keys) reveals that this sea is dotted with islands ...and by islands I mean paragraphs. These paragraphs are computer-generated. Their fluid compositions draw upon variable strings containing fragments of text harvested from a larger literary corpus. Individually, each of these textual islands is a topic - from the Greek topos, meaning place. Collectively they constitute a topographical map of a sustained practice of reading and re-reading and writing and re-writing islands. In this constantly shifting sea of variable texts one never finds the same islands twice... and by islands, I do mean paragraphs.
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30 Mar?
- Re-read or skim Zuern, "Figures."
- Zuern, "Pop Spells, Hermetic Lessons: Teaching on the Fringes of the Literary."
http://conference.eliterature.org/sites/default/files/papers/Read%20Fast,%20Die%20Young%20ELO13MK.pdf


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- Zuern, "Pop Spells, Hermetic Lessons: Teaching on the Fringes of the Literary."
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- Zuern, "Pop Spells, Hermetic Lessons."


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forst week of April
- Re-read or skim Zuern, "Figures."
- Zuern, "Pop Spells, Hermetic Lessons."


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http://conference.eliterature.org/sites/default/files/papers/Read%20Fast,%20Die%20Young%20ELO13MK.pdf


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=== Variables ===
If we were creating a Glossary for Digital Lit Crit
- NKathrynHayles
- TheReadies
- DataBase
- DigitalNarrative
- DatabaseAndNarrative
- StreamOfConsciousness
- IanBogost
- Modernism
- EzraPound
- WritingAsDatabase
- ...


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[[http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poem/241042 Canto 1]]


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[[http://dev.cdh.ucla.edu/~newmedia/platform/pdf/jessica/index.pdf | DAKOTA transcript - translation]]


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lanham:
what's next for text: http://proftgreene.pbworks.com/f/Lanham%20Next%20For%20Text.pdf
textbooks and university structures: http://www.clemson.edu/cedp/colloq/pres/images/lanham2.PDF


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==Projects==
- [[http://ccdigitalpress.org/wonder/toc.html Technologies of Wonder, Delagrange.]]
- [[http://journalofdigitalhumanities.org/ Journal of Digital Humanities]]
- [[http://www.futureofthebook.org/blog/ IF: book]]
- [[http://remixtheory.net/ Remix Theory]]
- [[http://www.digitalhumanities.org/ Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations]]. Clearing house.
- [[http://www.hybridpedagogy.com/index.html Hybrid Pedagogy]]
- [[http://wefeelfine.org We Feel Fine]]
- [[http://proboscis.org.uk proboscis]]
- [[http://www.digitalrhetoriccollaborative.org Digital Collaborative]]
- [[http://www.pepysdiary.com Pepy's Diary]]
- [[http://www.futureofthebook.org/blog/archives/2011/05/add_this_to_the_list_of_future.html The Book Xylophone]]
- [[http://vimeo.com/182925 Moby Dick]], aka Orson Whales.
==Projects in Bi-Stability ==
- [[http://prezi.com/4hnctxft_qaw/tribute-to-johnny-cashs-hurt-with-a-remix-by-cradle-rock/ Tribute to Johnny Cash's Hurt with a remix by Cradle Rock]], Sara Dennison
- [[http://dawnimaidavid.wordpress.com/2012/09/11/dh-project-1b/ Project 1b]], Dawn David
- [[http://kimlingerfiction.wordpress.com/2012/09/10/pear-shaped-bi-stable-image-en4709/ Pear Shaped]], Kevin Kimlinger
== Workshops / DIY ==
- [[http://bookleteer.com bookleteer]]
- [[http://toolingup.stanford.edu Tooling Up for DH]], Stanford. Intros to terminologies and techniques.


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===Books: Recommended===
Anyone serious about DH will be interested in these but they are not required for the course.
Phillips, Tom. A Humument: A Treated Victorian Novel. Paper on Amazon, but also available as an iPad app.
Saporta, Marc. Composition No.1. 1962, 2011. Available from the publisher at <http://www.visual-editions.com/our-books/composition-no-1> Also available as an iPad app.
White, Alex. The Elements of Graphic Design. 2002; 2nd ed. 2011. I prefer the first edition.
===Games: Recommended===
Like The Path, these are slow moving, narrative-based games that skirt the digital edge of literature. Lots of walking. No shooting or puzzles.
Dear Esther. The Chinese Room, 2008, 2010. http://dear-esther.com/# $10.00 Windows or Mac.
BIENTÔT L'ÉTÉ. Tale of Tales, 2012. <http://tale-of-tales.com/bientotlete/> or Steam. $10.00. Windows or Mac.
===Apps: Recommended===
As with books, those interested in DH will want to look and play with these and others. All on iPad through the App Store. Some might be available for Android. Check the store.
- LetterMpress. mpressInteractive. 2011, 2012.
- Strange Rain. Erik Loyer. 2010, 2013.
- Device 6. Simogo Handelsbolag. 2013.
- miTypewriter. Teruaki Onoda. 2010, 2014
- abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz. joerg piringer. 2010 2012.
- unimator. joerg piringer. 2014.
Other readings and links to readings and videos provided by the professor.


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==== stores for Intro DigiHum ====
- https://soundcloud.com/rc428/side-1-x-100


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[[http://biro.erhetoric.org/wikka.php?wakka=DigitalHumanitiesSyllabusFall2012 Digital Humanities Syllabus 2012]]
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[[http://biro.erhetoric.org/wikka.php?wakka=DigitalHumanitiesSyllabusFall2012 Digital Humanities Syllabus]]


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[[http://biro.erhetoric.org/wikka.php?wakka=DigitalHumanitiesSyllabusFall2012 Digital Humanities Syllabus]]
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[http://biro.erhetoric.org/wikka.php?wakka=DigitalHumanitiesSyllabusFall2012 Digital Humanities Syllabus]


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