Tag Archives: digital humanities

National Learn to Code Day & My Experience Learning Basic HTML and CSS

For the last little while, I have felt rather computer illiterate when it comes to talking about websites, the Internet, or almost anything on the back-end of online Digital Humanities projects. Also, since I’ve recently developed a great interest in Internet Art and creating online exhibits, I thought I really should get on the HTML-literate […]

Digital Art History: “Think Digitally Rather Than Just Doing for Doing’s Sake”

One of the things that I read this week, a blog post by Miriam Posner, talked about the issue of the digital humanities community’s focus on creating digital projects rather than on teaching folks to think digitally about their disciplines. This is also something that my classmate, Sara Nixon, talks about in her blog post […]

Why Bother with Twitter?

For a very long time, I did not see the point of Twitter. When it first came out, it just seemed like an even more pointless version of Facebook that limited posts to status updates of 140 characters or less. For the most part, I thought people only used Twitter to comment on the minute […]