Followup to Adventures with a CustoMac: Installing Mac OS X Mavericks on Asus P8Z77-V PC

Last summer, I wrote about my experiences installing Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion on my Asus P8Z77-V and Intel i7-2700K PC here. What I neglected to say at the time was that an alarming number of creeping instabilities led me to ultimately abandon running Mountain Lion on my PC and return to Windows 7.Continue reading “Followup to Adventures with a CustoMac: Installing Mac OS X Mavericks on Asus P8Z77-V PC”

Down and Dirty Guide to Literary Research with Digital Humanities Tools: Text Mining Basics

As part of the final Digital Pedagogy seminar of fall 2012, Margaret Konkol, Patrick McHenry, Olga Menagarishvili, and I will lead the discussion on “trends in the digital humanities.” You can find out more about our readings and other DH resources by reading our TECHStyle post here. As part of my contribution to the seminar, IContinue reading “Down and Dirty Guide to Literary Research with Digital Humanities Tools: Text Mining Basics”

The Digital Humanities, Writing Technologies, and Word Processors in the New York Times

Jennifer Schuessler looks at current trends in one area of the digital humanities–to study the way published writers use computer technology to create their works–in her New York Times article, “The Muses of Insert, Delete and Execute.” The take away bit about the field is: The study of word processing may sound like a peculiarly tech-mindedContinue reading “The Digital Humanities, Writing Technologies, and Word Processors in the New York Times”

CFP, Special Issue of Digital Humanities Quarterly on The Literary

This call for papers for a special issue of Digital Humanities Quarterly on ‘The Literary’ may be of interest of some folks here:   Call for Essays for a Special Issue of Digital Humanities Quarterly : “The Literary”   This special issue of DHQ http://digitalhumanities.org/dhq/ invites essays that consider the study of literature and the categoryContinue reading “CFP, Special Issue of Digital Humanities Quarterly on The Literary”