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Yet Another Publication List?

Piotrowski, Michael (24 nov. 2013)

Cerstin Mahlow recently had a very good blog post on storing your publication list online with services such as ResearchGate, Mendeley, or Academia.edu. Cerstin expressed a preference for CiteULike, and I agree with her on that, and I also agree with the rest of her post. I'd like to add a few ...

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Writing For Hypotheses in Org-mode

Piotrowski, Michael (22 janv. 2015)

A fact that should perhaps be emphasized when promulgating academic blogging is: it's not for everyone. If you can regularly write a sparkling essay in half an hour, say, during your commute or your lunch break, and you enjoy doing it—then it's definitely for you. If, on the other hand, the only ...

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Workshop on Computational Historical Linguistics at NoDaLiDa 2013

Piotrowski, Michael (17 juin 2013)

It’s been a couple of weeks now that I attended the NoDaLiDa 2013 workshop on Computational Historical Linguistics, where I gave an invited talk.  The workshop—and Oslo in general—was a very pleasant experience.  The organizers (chaired by Þórhallur Eyþórsson from the University of ...

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VARD 2.5 Released

Piotrowski, Michael (15 juil. 2013)

Another short project note: Last week, Alistair Baron released a new version (2.5) of VARD. VARD is one of the most popular programs for normalizing or modernizing historical texts prior to linguistic analysis. The VARD Web site has more information. Finally! VARD 2.5 is now available. Loads of new ...

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A Live Publication List For My Web Site

Piotrowski, Michael (3 févr. 2015)

The main problem with Twitter is that everything you post there is publicly visible. Oh, wait—are you saying that's intentional? Well, then. Anne Baillot recently mentioned on Twitter she's numbering her publication list by hand. With Word. Je numérote mes exposés - comme si ca allait ...

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Books, Blogs, and Dialectics

Piotrowski, Michael (22 juin 2015)

Over the Easter holidays I read the little book Tschichold – na und? (‘Tschichold—so what?’) by Gerd Fleischmann (Wallstein, 2013). According to the introduction, it's a collection of 24 “miniatures” reflecting on the relevance of Jan Tschichold and his rules of typography in the context ...

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Document Engineering and Digital Humanities

Piotrowski, Michael (20 mai 2015)

Documents of all types have always played a central role in the humanities, both of an object of inquiry and for documenting research results. The digital humanities are thus also concerned with documents and with digital documents in particular. Apart from “traditional” scholarly questions, ...

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A Review of Natural Language Processing for Historical Texts

Piotrowski, Michael (17 janv. 2014)

LINGUIST List issue 25.292 features a review of my book Natural Language Processing for Historical Texts by Bev Thurber. I was very happy to read that she thinks that the book is “a good overview of recent progress and problems in applying techniques from NLP to historical texts” and that it “ ...

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Plato and the Dormouse

Piotrowski, Michael (12 mars 2016)

During my summer vacation I read John Markoff's book “What the Dormouse Said.” 1 I assume it was the publisher that insisted on adding the subtitle “How the Sixties Counterculture Shaped the Personal Computer Industry”; it does give you an idea what the book is about, but actually it's ...

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