Wednesday Links

No promises, but I’m going to try to blog a little more often this month.  That might mean more annotated links posts like today’s, of course.  But in looking back at some of my more polished research, I’ve found this initial processing stage, even if it’s just a short description, can help me to get a sense of where I want to take my research.  At any rate, here are some links:

  • Judging by the numnber of visitors who’ve already come to the site, I’m guessing that I’m pretty late to this party, but it’s worth mentioning that Lev Manonvich has published his book, Software Takes Command, to his website, where he invites commentary on the book from his readers, kind of like peer review on a massive scale.
  • An interesting blog post on the role of Sundance in today’s media environment, via Ted Hope (who also has been writing at the Truly Free Film blog).
  • Finally, HASTAC has an interesting forum discussion involving Brett Bobley, director of the NEH’s Office of Digital Humanities, on the future of the digital humanities.

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