Digital Latin Library digitallatin.org “The Digital Latin Library (DLL) is a joint project of the Society for Classical Studies, the Medieval Academy of America, and the Renaissance Society of America. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s Scholarly Communications Program funds the project, and the University of Oklahoma hosts it. We use the word “library” to describe Read more about Digital Latin Library[…]
To be a digital, online language we might expect that various support tools are required, foundations if you like. Languages need computer support, digital tools and from these a range of advances become possible. Without these tools and foundations then might languages struggle in an online world? This is only a starting point, but we Read more about The making of a digital language?[…]
An alternative to the Turing Test, an annual challenge with its first submission in October 2015. See Nuance’s website for more information.
National Library of Wales [photo by Dylan Moore] Library Llyfrgell Bibliotheque Which will stand the test of time? Library (English) from librarium (Latin) – a chest for books. Llyfrgell (Welsh) – from Latin a cell for books. Bibliotheka – from Ancient Greek to Latin. Biblio- (from Byblos a port in today’s Lebanon from where papyrus Read more about A digital lib-bib-cell-hus[…]
Having used gephi, http://www.gephi.org for some time, I’ve been wanting to look at alternative network engines, as people keen coming up with interesting data sets that sometimes seem to cause me a problem in Gephi for one reason or another. Finally with a 7 hour train journey behind me I took a look at one Read more about Network Visualization: word association & Cytoscape[…]