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On hiatus until after the new year. See you then, folks!
OK, here’s a more coherent entry for my Digital Humanities Encyclopedia project. The term big data is actually descriptive of the underlying phenomenon to which it refers. Big data refers to the streams of bits, numbers, texts, images, interactions, stimuli, … Continue reading
PDA empowers librarians to return to title-by-title selection Exclusives: not available at other outlets/retailers/platforms e-book pagination Kindle editions Orlando Figes, or the muck that is Amazon reviews Managing a personal library Audible Library License Following up on my own posts … Continue reading
Open Book Publishers, the second publisher featured in this series is much different than RosettaBooks, its predecessor. While RosettaBooks is an aggressive commercial publisher, Open Book Publishers is an academic publisher “committed to making high-quality research available to readers around … Continue reading
Besides the acknowledgments made to spouses, literary agents, and editors usually found in books, there is another type of grateful thanks acknowledged. This is the thanks given for permissions allowed to the author to use other content holders’ copyrighted materials. This type … Continue reading
In addition to different on different teams that work on different tasks for the final project, each person in our class is responsible for contributing a piece of content to the encyclopedia. My piece of content, i.e. my two cents, … Continue reading
This is going to the first in a series of posts where I talk about some publishers who I think are noteworthy in some ways. They may be innovative in an area that catch my eyes; they may have unusual … Continue reading