Topic: HASTAC Scholars

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By Emma Kohanyi on Mar 3rd, 2015
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So how do you make the user believe they are in control? There are many ways. Include rules into systems, such as the 3 laws of robotics: "A robot...
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By Jesse Menn on Feb 24th, 2015
Previously, I wrote about problems doing co-ingredient network analyses on recipes when the ingredients begin getting too clustered. On a tip from...
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By Jason Buel on Feb 20th, 2015
Hi all, I'm thinking about putting together a HASTAC forum thread on "Digital Dissent" that would look at the different ways that people use...
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By Kristen Guth on Feb 19th, 2015
Why can’t I get everything done?No matter how hard I try, it always seems that there’s not enough time to check off every item on the day’s to-do...
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By Benjamin Weber on Feb 18th, 2015
The Digital Archive of Massachusetts Anti-Slavery and Anti-Segregation PetitionsLAUNCH EVENTFriday, February 27, 4:00–6:00 PM ...
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By Adam Copeland on Feb 16th, 2015
In my Word to the Wise: Writing for Religious and Social Change course, students engage in two main types of writing assignments. First...
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