Today is the Day of Digital Humanities 2011, the third one ever as far as I can tell. I am so happy to be participating this year. It is a really wonderful auto-reflexive-qualitative-ethongraphic kind of project, and those kind of things make me happy. Today is the recording day, so blog posts will be popping up throughout from all of us participating. After today, I think the next step is to start the conversations and see where all of the information takes us (not that we can't start conversations sooner...)
From the DODH wiki: The goal of the project is to create a web site that weaves together the journals of the participants into a picture that answers the question, Just what do computing humanists really do?
If you aren't familiar with what all it entails see the wonderful wiki here:
It is wonderful to see so many other HASTACers participating!
Here is a list and links for those of us participating that i know of:
- Claire Menck http://ra.tapor.ualberta.ca/~dayofdh2011/clairemenck/
- Jana Remy http://ra.tapor.ualberta.ca/~dayofdh2011/janaremy/
- Ed Chang http://ra.tapor.ualberta.ca/~dayofdh2011/edmondchang/
- Tim Welsh http://ra.tapor.ualberta.ca/~dayofdh2011/timothywelsh/
- Paz Tornero http://ra.tapor.ualberta.ca/~dayofdh2011/paztornero/
- Grant Simpson http://ra.tapor.ualberta.ca/~dayofdh2011/grantsimpson/
- And me! http://ra.tapor.ualberta.ca/~dayofdh2011/jadedavis/
If I missed anyone, please leave a comment and a link!