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Type Journal Article Author Michael Kent Curtis URL http://wakeforestlawreview.com/a-unique-religious-exemption-from-antidiscrimination-laws-in-the-case-of-gays-putting-the-call-for-exemptions-for-those-who-discriminate-against-married-or-marrying-gays-in-context Issue 47 Wake Forest L. Rev. 173 (2012) Publication Wake Forest Law Review Date April 2012 Accessed 2014-02-28 12:19:49 Abstract The official website of the Wake Forest Law Review, a student-run law journal that publishes five issues annually. Short Title A Unique Religious Exemption From Antidiscrimination Laws in the Case of Gays?
Type Blog Post Author Karl Potisepp URL http://www.portusproject.org/blog/2014/02/data-mining-image-processing-experiments-photographs-portus/ Date 2014-02-17 Accessed 2014-02-27 17:06:55 Abstract As large-scale data processing becomes easier and more affordable to everyone, so too increases the temptation to try and use new technologies and methods to reduce the amount of manual labor that usually comes with classifying and categorising big data collections. With textual data, the techniques of extracting useful information from unstructured data have already … Blog Title Portus Project
Type Blog Post Author Richard Wallis URL http://dataliberate.com/2014/02/oclc-preview-194-million-open-bibliographic-work-descriptions/ Accessed 2014-02-26 15:16:00
Type Blog Post Author Roy Tennant URL http://hangingtogether.org/?p=3614 Date 2014-02-25 Accessed 2014-02-25 18:08:28 Language English Blog Title hangingtogether.org
Type Blog Post Author Rainer Simon URL http://pelagios-project.blogspot.com/2014/02/latin-groove.html Date Tuesday, 25 February 2014 Accessed 2014-02-25 15:51:47 Abstract In our two previous posts we introduced Recogito, a tool we are developing in order to efficiently extract, annotate and verify geographic references in texts. The development of Recogito is still continuing at full steam, and the team (and Leif in particular ;-) is feeding our feature backlog with a steady flow of new ideas & requirements. But despite the fact that there’s still a slight ambience of a busy construction site around Recogito, we have not just been developing. We have also been using it heavily to annotate new documents. Blog Title Pelagios Short Title Pelagios
Type Web Page Author Alessandra Avanzini URL http://dasi.humnet.unipi.it/ Date 2013- Accessed 2014-02-25 15:28:33 Abstract DASI is a five-year project directed by prof. Alessandra Avanzini of the University of Pisa, which has been funded by the European Community within the Seventh Framework Programme “Ideas”, Specific Programme “ERC – Advanced Grant”. DASI seeks to gather all known pre-Islamic Arabian epigraphic material into a comprehensive online database, with the aim to make available to specialists and to the broader public a wide array of documents often underestimated because of their difficulty of access.
Type Web Page URL http://wiki.digitalclassicist.org/Collations_for_Ancient_Languages_in_XSLT_and_XQuery Date 2014-02-20 Accessed 2014-02-20 16:45:29 Abstract In using XLST and XQuery style sheets, classicists will find the need to alphabetize their material in specialized manners. Website Title The Digital Classicist Wiki
Type Blog Post Author Katy Meyers URL http://chi.anthropology.msu.edu/blog/2014/02/20/mapping-the-ancestors-project-update/ Date 2014-02-20 Accessed 2014-02-20 13:45:14 Abstract As stated in my previous post, a problem within archaeology is that there are thousands of sites that have been excavated, and information about these sites and their collections can be difficult t... Blog Title Cultural Heritage Informatics Initiative Short Title Mapping the Ancestors
Type Web Page Author Erin Bell URL https://github.com/ebellempire/SuperRss Accessed 2014-02-18 21:25:23 Abstract SuperRss - A plugin that adds customized RSS output to Omeka sites. Made especially for sites using the Curatescape framework (but should work fine with any old Omeka site). Includes support for sharing data with Google's Field Trip app (requires content partnership). Website Title GitHub
Type Blog Post URL http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/16/masters-of-fire-copper-age_n_4767683.html Date 2014-02-16 Accessed 2014-02-18 14:38:56 Abstract A new exhibition, "Masters of Fire: Copper Age Art from Israel," explores the first groups of people whom archeologists know created a social hierarchy. NYU's Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW) is showing incredible artifa... Blog Title The Huffington Post
Type Web Page Author Clifford B. Anderson Author David A. Michelson URL http://paralipomena.com/ Date 2014 Accessed 2014-02-14 12:10:28 Abstract This course provides an introduction to the theory and methods of the digital humanities from the disciplinary perspectives of history and religious studies. The course is designed for graduate students of history, religion, historical theology or classics who would like to acquire research skills in the techniques of digital text editiing and analysis. Students will learn the fundamentals of digital text editing and the computational analysis of digital corpora. Students will also engage with theorectical questions concerning the nature of texts and the challenge of representing the past through new media. By the conclusion of the course, students will have built a working propotype of a digital database specific to their research needs.
Type Blog Post Author Michael Martinez URL http://www.seo-theory.com/2008/08/27/webalizer-configuration-configure-webalizer-for-seo/ Date 2008-08-27 Accessed 2014-02-14 12:01:26 Abstract Several people have asked me (some more than once) to explain my preferences for deep server log analysis. I have not exaggerated when I've said that I prefer to analyze the raw log files with my o... Blog Title SEO Theory
Type Blog Post Author Rebecca Rose URL http://jezebel.com/oldest-crown-in-the-world-set-to-make-its-glorious-debu-1522007721 Date 2014-02-13 Accessed 2014-02-13 18:01:39 Abstract The oldest crown in existence in the world is coming to New York, and from the looks of it, it's pretty much here to conquer all of us. Blog Title Jezebel
Type Journal Article Author Owen Jarus URL http://www.livescience.com/43265-ancient-school-discovered-in-egypt.html Publication LiveScience.com Date 2014-02-11 Accessed 2014-02-11 14:22:20 Abstract The Greek writing on the walls includes text about ancient drug use that references Homer's epic poem 'The Odyssey,' archaeologists said, adding that this is the first-known structure confirmed to be a school in ancient Egypt.
Type Blog Post Author David Pettegrew URL http://corinthianmatters.com/2014/02/10/the-isthmus-of-corinth-project/ Date 2014-02-10 Accessed 2014-02-10 20:20:21 Abstract No end in sight for winter here in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, but a new semester is under way, and with that, you should see a little more activity here at Corinthian Matters. Over the last six week... Blog Title Corinthian Matters
Type Presentation Presenter Eric Poehler URL http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-1780-0000-0022-D549-9 Date 2013-11-05 Accessed 2014-02-10 20:17:19 Abstract With funding through both the NEH Digital Humanities’ Start-Up grant program and the ACLS Digital Innovation Fellowship, the Pompeii Bibliography and Mapping Project is working to create a unique resource for the study of ancient Pompeii: an exhaustive subject repository searchable through a GIS map. The Pompeii Bibliography and Mapping Resource (PBMR) is a web-based research tool composed of three parts: 1. Bibliographic Database and Full-Text Document Repository, 2. Geographical Information System (GIS) and 3. User Interface. Because Pompeii lacks both a single, searchable bibliography and a standard, up-to-date map, the creation of a resource that solves these problems and simultaneously offers new and powerful search methods will revolutionize research on the ancient city. At base, the PBMR affords the user the ability to navigate Pompeii’s landscape and discover an extensive account of the information about that location, including (but not limited to) name, type, images, size and bibliography. The GIS provides a powerful mapping tool that can generate custom maps for diverse user groups. Users working on a particular building can create both overview and detailed maps to illustrate their study, which would be based on information provided by the PMBR as a research tool. The most powerful use of the PBMR is as an analysis tool, as a means to simultaneously ask a series of questions and receive data-rich answers. The PBMR allows the user to vacillate between spatial analysis tools and bibliographic analysis tools, a process that produces results impossible to achieve in any other method. To illustrate this point, imagine the results of a search for “House / Casa / Haus / Maison”: hundreds of citations appear along with locations highlighted in the map. Of course, these results are practically impossible to use. The spatial analysis tools can filter these results by the area of each house (e.g., between 100m2 and 400m2), limiting the results to ‘average’ sized houses. These results can be further refined, such as publication year, to find houses most recently investigated. Finally, the user might once again choose a spatial characteristic to get at a still more nuanced picture of these houses. For example, she can search the refined results for those houses that ‘touch the boundary of’ or ‘contain’ a shop or workshop. The final results, produced in the matter of minutes rather than weeks, reveal the instances of and provide extensive documentation for those residences of average size that were most recently investigated and likely had a commercial profile. Although focused on the novel means of delivering the scholarship of a particular archaeological site, the anticipated users will not be limited to the academics who study that site. Similarly, the specific content of the project – Pompeii – will not limit its application by other aspects of classics or other subjects in the humanities. We believe that presenting this resource at the Digital Classicist Seminar, while still in development, to an international group of classics scholars will provide crucial feedback from one of the most important user groups.
Type Web Page Author Andrew Peterson URL http://ndpsoftware.com/git-cheatsheet.html Date 2009-2014 Accessed 2014-02-10 16:53:54
Type Blog Post Author Neel Smith URL http://homermultitext.blogspot.com/2014/02/technically-speaking.html Date Saturday, February 8, 2014 Accessed 2014-02-10 15:35:58 Abstract This week, we were able to complete revisions for a new version of the specification for both the CTS URN notation and CTS protocol. Blog Title The Homer Multitext Short Title The Homer Multitext
Type Blog Post Author Katherine McDonald URL http://greekinitaly.wordpress.com/2014/02/10/sabellian-spreadsheets/ Date 2014-02-10 Accessed 2014-02-10 12:48:19 Abstract A new digital resource is now available on our "Resources" page. While several editions of the Sabellian texts are available (most recently Crawford (2011) Imagines Italicae and Rix (2002) Sabellis... Blog Title Greek in Italy
Type Blog Post Author Kyle Machulis URL http://www.openyou.org/2011/04/18/fitbit-and-security-or-lack-thereof/ Date 2011-04-18 Accessed 2014-02-08 17:23:26 Blog Title Open You
Type Blog Post Author Robert Hoyland URL https://isaw.nyu.edu/about/news/n-in-ainitial-prospectioncient-axum-ethiopia Date 2014-02-08 Accessed 2014-02-08 14:07:24 Language en Blog Title Institute for the Study of the Ancient World Short Title Sabbatical Notes
Type Blog Post Author Dan Cohen URL http://dp.la/info/2014/02/07/planning-for-serendipity/ Date 2014-02-07 Accessed 2014-02-07 19:54:54 Blog Title Digital Public Library of America
Type Blog Post Author Seth Denbo URL http://blog.historians.org/2014/01/committee-professional-evaluation-digital-scholarship-historians/ Date 2014-01-27 Accessed 2014-02-07 18:59:14 Abstract Recognizing the importance of new forms of scholarship, the AHA has set up an ad hoc committee on the professional evaluation of digital scholarship by historians. Blog Title American Historical Association
Type Blog Post URL http://www.archaiologia.gr/en/blog/2014/02/04/landscape-ecology-and-the-end-of-antiquity/ Date 2014-02-04 Accessed 2014-02-06 19:41:01 Abstract Lecture by Nicholas Rauh (NEH Fellow, ASCSA; Professor of Classics, Purdue University). Blog Title Αρχαιολογία Online
Type Blog Post Author Tom Gewecke URL http://m10lmac.blogspot.com/2014/01/bug-in-apple-arabic-fonts.html Date Friday, January 31, 2014 Accessed 2014-02-06 19:40:42 Blog Title Multilingual Mac Short Title Multilingual Mac
Type Web Page URL http://omeka.org/codex/Upgrading Accessed 2014-02-06 19:00:41 Website Title Omeka
Type Blog Post URL http://www.eagle-network.eu/eagle-conference-paris/ Date 2014-02-06 Accessed 2014-02-06 18:20:46 Blog Title Europeana EAGLE Project News
Type Blog Post URL http://www.heritagedata.org/blog/widgets/ Accessed 2014-02-06 15:58:44 Abstract The widgets are a suite of configurable interactive user interface controls that can be embedded directly within browser based applications to provide access to HeritageData vocabularies. The widge... Blog Title Heritage Data
Type Web Page URL http://www.heritagedata.org/blog/ Accessed 2014-02-06 15:55:45 Website Type blog Abstract National cultural heritage thesauri and vocabularies have acted as standards for use by both national organizations and local authority Historic Environment Records but until now have lacked the persistent Linked Open Data (LOD) URIs that would allow them to act as vocabulary hubs for the Web of Data. The AHRC funded SENESCHAL project aims to make such vocabularies available online as Semantic Web resources. SENESCHAL will start with major vocabularies as exemplars and project partners will continue to make other vocabularies available. Other organizations are welcome to make use of the data and services which will be open licensed.
Type Blog Post Author Arcaheology Newsroom URL http://www.archaiologia.gr/en/blog/2014/02/05/epigraphy/ Date 2014-02-05 Accessed 2014-02-06 15:18:13 Abstract This course in Greek epigraphy addresses PhD students working within any of the “historical” disciplines like ancient history, classical archaeology, classical philology, and theology. Blog Title Αρχαιολογία Online
Type Blog Post Author Roger Pearse URL http://www.roger-pearse.com/weblog/2014/02/05/experiments-in-arabic-ocr/ Date 2014-02-05 Accessed 2014-02-06 15:17:51 Abstract A correspondent has suggested to me the possibility of using Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software to read a portion of al-Makin that was published in the Bibliotheque d'etudes orientale 15,... Blog Title Roger Pearse
Type Blog Post Author Bryan Alex URL http://bryanalexander.org/2014/02/03/invading-a-conference-in-a-robotic-doppelganger/ Date 2014-02-03 Accessed 2014-02-05 21:19:13 Abstract This evening I attended the Educause Learning Initiative (ELI)'s annual conference, but not in person. From my Vermont home I operated a telepresence robot from Double Robotics, and drove around ... Blog Title Bryan Alexander
Type Web Page URL https://github.com/NYULibraries/citero Accessed 2014-02-05 21:06:51 Abstract Citero is a program that allows for mapping of data inputs from various systems into one normalized metadata schema tentatively known as Citero Standard Form, or CSF. From the normalized schema, CSF, it can produce another output format for use by another system. Citero is written in Java with an adapter in JRuby. Due to Primo's Java nature and Umlautes ruby nature, this seems like the best choice. Website Title GitHub
Type Web Page Author Roger Dudler URL http://rogerdudler.github.io/git-guide/ Accessed 2014-02-05 20:57:20 Abstract just a simple guide for getting started with git
Type Web Page URL http://aurimasv.github.io/z2csl/typeMap.xml Accessed 2014-02-05 18:19:32
Type Web Page URL http://www.zotero.org/support/kb/field_mappings Accessed 2014-02-05 18:17:36 Website Title Zotero
Type Blog Post Author Yohon URL http://blog.hal5.org/?p=3 Date 2013-12-08 Accessed 2014-02-05 15:57:25 Blog Title Endless Horizon: Official Blog of the Huntsville AL L5 Society (HAL5)
Type Web Page URL http://www.pinterest.com Date 2013-12-18 Accessed 2014-02-05 14:51:29 Abstract Make your product, recipe, movie, article or place Pins more useful. Website Title
Type Blog Post Author Mark Pilgrim URL http://blog.whatwg.org/the-road-to-html-5-link-relations Date 2009-04-17 Accessed 2014-02-02 15:36:16 Blog Title The WHATWG Blog Short Title The WHATWG Blog — The Road to HTML 5
Type Blog Post Author Edward Vanhoutte URL http://edwardvanhoutte.blogspot.com/2012/07/ruling-screen-compromising-decisions.html Date Tuesday, 24 July 2012 Accessed 2014-01-31 19:40:57 Blog Title The Mind Tool Short Title The Mind Tool
Type Web Page URL http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/classics/postgrads/epigraphy/ Date 2014-01-15 Accessed 2014-01-31 16:33:43 Abstract We are keen to encourage applications from postgraduates interested in pursuing research involving classical epigraphy. Several members of staff at Warwick are actively engaged in epigraphic research, whilst others also use epigraphy in their wider research contexts. We have particular expertise in the Roman world, both Latin West and Greek East, from the Hellenistic period onwards, as well as Classical Greece. Website Title The University of Warwick
Type Blog Post Author Geek Out Huntsville URL http://ourvalleyevents.com/huntsville-geekiest-events-2014/ Date 2014-01-31 Accessed 2014-01-31 14:51:04 Abstract Geek Out Huntsville's picks for Huntsville's Geekiest Events of 2014. Blog Title Our Valley Events
Type Blog Post Author Latin Inscriptions URL http://www.ashmolean.org/ashwpress/latininscriptions/2014/01/31/could-you-work-for-ashli/ Date 2014-01-31 Accessed 2014-01-31 10:57:22 Abstract The Ashmolean Latin Inscription Project is looking to recruit a part-time Postdoctoral Research Assistant to help create our Epidoc corpus, and other digital resources. Would you like to join the team? Blog Title Reading, Writing, Romans: The Ashmolean Latin Inscription Project (AshLI)
Type Blog Post Author Wray Herbert URL http://www.huffingtonpost.com/wray-herbert/ink-on-paper-some-notes-o_b_4681440.html Date 28 Jan 2014 13:02:31 -0500 Accessed 2014-01-31 10:43:57 Abstract Two Princeton University psychological scientists wondered if laptops, despite their plusses, might lead to a shallower kind of cognitive processing, and to lower quality learning. They decided to test the old and the new in a head-to-head contest. Blog Title Huffington Post Short Title Ink on Paper
Type Blog Post Author Th Castelli URL http://spartokos.wordpress.com/2014/01/30/une-visite-virtuelle-de-tomis-cite-romaine-et-byzantine/ Date 2014-01-30 Accessed 2014-01-30 22:24:01 Abstract Le site du musée d'Histoire Nationale et d'Archéologie de Constanta propose une visite à la découverte de l'antique Tomis grâce à des vidés, des photos et des reconstitutions en 3D. Le site est an ... Blog Title Spartokos a lu
Type Web Page Author Lee Aylward URL http://noembed.com/ Accessed 2014-01-30 22:22:19
Type Web Page Author The Reception of Greek Literature and Ancient Lives Project URL http://newsappho.wordpress.com/ Date 2014- Accessed 2014-01-30 20:23:12 Website Type blog Abstract A discussion on the new Sappho papyrus
Type Journal Article Author Dino Demicheli URL http://hrcak.srce.hr/index.php?show=clanak&id_clanak_jezik=58209 Volume 32 Issue 1 Pages 55, 55-80, 80 Publication Opuscula Archaeologica Radovi Arheološkog zavoda ISSN 0473-0992 Date 2009/05/20 Accessed 2014-01-30 16:51:03 Library Catalog hrcak.srce.hr Language en, hr Abstract Th is work contains an analysis of ten epigraphic monuments found during research in the so-called cellars of Diocletian’s Palace after the Second World War. Nine of these inscriptions have not been published thus far, and one which...
Type Blog Post Author Manfred G. Schmidt URL http://www.aiegl.org/blogreader/photos-of-latin-inscriptions-of-cil.html Date 2014-01-24 Accessed 2014-01-30 16:20:10 Abstract Many thousands of photos of Latin inscriptions of CIL are provided by the epigraphical research center Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum via the database Archivum Corporis Electronicum (cil.bbaw.de/dateien/datenbank.php) and the database Clauss – Slaby (db.edcs.eu/epigr/epi_de.php). Blog Title AIEGL Blog
Type Web Page Author Alexander Luhring URL http://www.doaks.org/research/byzantine/events/knowing-bodies-passionate-souls-sense-perceptions-in-byzantium Extra Byzantine Studies Symposium, April 25–27, 2014, Symposiarchs: Susan Ashbrook Harvey, Brown University and Margaret Mullett, Dumbarton Oaks. Accessed 2014-01-30 16:19:31 Language en Abstract Byzantine Studies Symposium, April 25–27, 2014, Symposiarchs: Susan Ashbrook Harvey, Brown University and Margaret Mullett, Dumbarton Oaks. Website Title Dumbarton Oaks Short Title Knowing Bodies, Passionate Souls
Type Blog Post Author Trevor Owens URL http://blogs.loc.gov/digitalpreservation/2014/01/machine-scale-analysis-of-digital-collections-an-interview-with-lisa-green-of-common-crawl/ Date 2014-01-29 Accessed 2014-01-30 15:18:06 Website Type webpage Language eng Abstract Machine Scale Analysis of Digital Collections: An Interview with Lisa Green of Common Crawl. A blog post at "The Signal: Digital Preservation" on 2014-01-29. Blog Title The Signal: Digital Preservation Short Title Machine Scale Analysis of Digital Collections
Type Blog Post Author Marie-Claire Beaulieu URL http://www.eagle-network.eu/new-cooperation-between-eagle-and-perseus-digital-library/ Date 2014 Accessed 2014-01-30 15:17:21 Blog Title Europeana EAGLE Project News
Type Web Page Author Neil Coffee URL http://dca.drupalgardens.com/content/getting-started-digital-classics-panel-apa-aia-chicago-jan-3-2014 Date 2014-01-28 Accessed 2014-01-29 23:11:52 Abstract DCA hosted its first panel at the annual meetings of the American Philological Association and American Institute of Archaeology in Chicago on January 3, 2014, entitled "Getting Started with Digital Classics." The program, with links to screencasts on Youtube where available, is below. Website Title Digital Classics Association
Type Web Page Author Brian Ledwell URL http://www.uwosh.edu/ploneprojects/docs/how-tos/how-to-customize-a-view-in-plone-4 Accessed 2014-01-29 21:28:15