The Best, Free Word Cloud Generators
Word clouds, data clouds, tag clouds, text clouds . . . Regardless of you call them, everyone seems to like these visual representations of text data. First popularized over a … Continue reading
Announcement: Textshop Experiments 5 Flash Reason Released
This week, I am pleased to announce the release of the next issue of Textshop Experiments. This is especially noteworthy because it’s the first issue featuring guest editors, and–in addition … Continue reading
Walter Ong’s classic Orality and Literacy will be one of the first texts we’ll read in my “History of Paper” course this fall. Attached to this reading/discussion, I’ll ask each … Continue reading
Student Projects from Spring ’17, Part 2
This is Part 2 of the series on student projects from this past semester. The last post featured videos of place-based historical studies. This post shares some images from a … Continue reading
The Wide Image July 2017
Electracy is spreading . . .
Electracy is spreading . . . We are mixing and we were going to (re)mix. One month left to submit to Textshop Experiments‘s Tours & Detours issue. Visit our website … Continue reading
Calypso Editions: Catalog, News & Book Tours
In December, Calypso Editions published Lullaby for a Hanged Man by Hubert Klimko-Dobrzaniecki (and translated by Julia and Peter Sherwood). Calypso is happy to report that Hubert and Julia are … Continue reading
A Short List of Word Cloud Generators
In the last post, I shared four word cloud silhouettes of texts from revolutionary America. And at the end of 2015, I shared a list DH journals. I thought it … Continue reading
Bon Anniv, Roland Barthes!
How should we best celebrate the 100th birthday of French critic Roland Barthes (1915-1980)? How do we read the man who read anything as text? I was first dawn to … Continue reading
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