Erin’s post “Digital Materiality and the LoC” about her experience talking with local librarians and her find on the Library of Congress’s site “Why Digital Preservation is Important for Everyone” […]
Author Archive | Jenn Gapetz
Thanks to the power of Google I found the blog Day of Digital Archives (http://dayofdigitalarchives.blogspot.com/). We just missed this year’s day–October 12, 2012, but the blog still seems like an […]
When I hear “digital archives” the very first thing that pops in my mind is The Sonic Memorial Project. Before moving to New York, I led an Urban Studies study […]
“A Literary Map of Manhattan” from The New York Times http://www.nytimes.com/packages/khtml/2005/06/05/books/20050605_BOOKMAP_GRAPHIC.html By Randy Cohen and Nigel Holmes “Here’s where imaginary New Yorkers lived, worked, played, drank, walked an looked at […]
James’s post The Pleasure of the Hypertext and Anderson’s response to it made me curious: Do you consider yourself a “digital native?” Why?
I want to teach. Having an interdisciplinary background (American Studies), a wide range of interests, but limited teaching experience, combined with a highly competitive job market, limited opportunities, and a […]