I’m going to have to come back to reading David Golumbia’s The Cultural Logic of Computation — a project I attempted for #acawrimo and#digiwrimo before getting absorbed in conference presentations and dissertation revisions.
If you’re curious about what I’ve been up to lately, check out DMDH, the site for Demystifying the Digital Humanities, a year-long workshop series sponsored by the Simpson Center for the Humanities and the UW Textual Studies Program. At the DMDH site, you can find slides from the workshops, audio tracks where my co-instructor, Sarah Kremen-Hicks and I talk through the content, and other updates about what’s happening with the series.
If you’re interested in an update on Visible Prices, then you can check out the slides and rough notes from the presentation I gave in November at CELL.
Otherwise, this space will remain largely quiet while I finish my dissertation revisions. But feel free to contact me using the link at the top of the page if you’d like to get in touch.