By Dana Wheeles on April 10, 2012
**cross-posted at the Juxta blog ** In September of 2008, when I first became acquainted with Juxta as a collation tool, I wrote a blog post as a basic demonstration of the software. I hunted down transcriptions of two versions of one of my favorite poems, Tennyson’s “The Lady of Shalott,” and collated them alongside the abbreviated [...]
By alexgil on January 20, 2010
(Guest post by Alex Gil – cross-posted at Juxta) I’m a PhD candidate in the English Department at the University of Virginia currently working on a digital edition of Aimé Césaire’s early works under the sponsorship of l’Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie and ITEM. Some of this work also moonlights as my rather schizoid dissertation [...]
By Dana Wheeles on May 22, 2009
To commemorate six months of NINES blogging, I plugged the NINES blog into Wordle, and this was the result. I’m pleased by the prominence of “edition” and “archive,” “text” and “tag.” And, as can be expected from any experimentation with word clouds, the frequency of some words (“religious”?) is surprising.