“We need to stop pretending that someday everyone will know XML”

Posted on May 19, 2008 under digital history, Uncategorized

Remember THATcamp, the humanities and technology unconference happening in two weeks over at the CHNM in Virginia? They’ve put up a great little website with profiles of all the participants, basic info about the conference, and a blog (the quote above comes from this post about TEI and digital critical editions). For those of us who can’t attend, this is a great opportunity to sit in on some great conversations about the digital humanities. Margie of Tellhistory, a camper, also set up a delicious account for sharing blogs on the subject (so that’s why my traffic spiked!). I’ll be keeping my eyes on thatcamp and the great projects the campers are developing.

2 Comments on ““We need to stop pretending that someday everyone will know XML””

  1. Suzanne, I’ve enjoyed reading your blog. Let me know if you would like the password to add anything to the thatblogs list. Margie

  2. Ooooh, I have been kicking myself that I did not get in on THATcamp. I am pretty sure that all the cool digital historians are there and that I am permanently uncool for having missed it. Thanks for the links.

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