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Resource: Resources Shared During #DH2018 via Twitter

From the resource: Below is a list of resources, tools, slides, presentation aids, and articles shared during the course of DH2018 on Twitter. If you see anything missing you would like added, please tweet @ADHOrg or email web@digitalhumanities.org. Notes on #DH2018 Conference Tweets per user_lang in a #DH2018 archive by Ernesto Priego English Language notes on…

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Resource: Digital Mappa 1.0 – A New, User-Friendly Platform for Digital Scholarship

About the resource: April is a busy month, so things tend to get lost in the innumerable number of tabs I have open on my browser, meaning to get to later. Launched in April, Digital Mappa is a “Digital Humanities workspaces, editions, scholarship, collaboration & publications for the rest of us.” From the press release:…

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Resource: Digital Mappa 1.0 – A New, User-Friendly Platform for Digital Scholarship

About the resource: April is a busy month, so things tend to get lost in the innumerable number of tabs I have open on my browser, meaning to get to later. Launched in April, Digital Mappa is a “Digital Humanities workspaces, editions, scholarship, collaboration & publications for the rest of us.” From the press release:…

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Resource: Understanding How Beautiful Soup Works

From the resource: Two years ago, when I first grabbed the transcripts of the TED talks, using wget, I relied upon the wisdom and generosity of Padraic C on StackOverflow to help me use Python’s BeautifulSoup library to get the data out of the downloaded HTML files that I wanted. Now that Katherine Kinnaird and…

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Resource: An Archive of 8,000 Benjamin Franklin Papers Now Digitized & Put Online

From the post: Let me quickly pass along some good news from the Library of Congress: “The papers of American scientist, statesman and diplomat Benjamin Franklin have been digitized and are now available online for the first time…. The Franklin papers consist of approximately 8,000 items mostly dating from the 1770s and 1780s. These include…

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Resource: Free UC Berkeley Data Science Course Online

From the post: It’s worth passing along a message from UC Berkeley. According to its news service, the “fastest-growing course in UC Berkeley’s history — Foundations of Data Science [aka Data 8X] — is being offered free online this spring for the first time through the campus’s online education hub, edX.” More than 1,000 students are…

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Resource: Enter “The Magazine Rack,” the Internet Archive’s Collection of 34,000 Digitized Magazines

About the resource: Before we kept up with culture through the internet, we kept up with culture through magazines. That historical fact may at first strike those of us over 30 as trivial and those half a generation down as irrelevant, but now, thanks to the Internet Archive, we can all easily experience the depth…

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