Month: November 2012

The end of Digiwrimo

It’s November 30, 11:30 pm, the end of Digital Writing month.  By my own criteria, I didn’t make it to 50,000 words.  I’m at 46k.  Between my SBL presentation, website, grantwriting, Twitter, Facebook, and other […]

SBL presentation on Digital Coptic Editions and the Coptic Scriptorium project

I’ll be presenting at the SBL annual meeting this afternoon on Coptic Manuscripts, Digital Editions, and Digital Scholarship (including the new Coptic Scriptorium project). The presentation is during the Saturday 1-3:30 pm session on Eastern […]

Digital Grantwriting in Week 1 of DigiWriMo

Since I’m starting a new, big digital project (Coptic SCRIPtorIuM), I spend a fair amount of time scaring up resources.  The first week of November saw one internal funding proposal at Pacific for seed money (fingers […]

DigiWriMo Week 1: HTML/CSS coding

Every MWF I update my course websites.  For Greek, I post the assignments, since each year, our schedule changes with the class.  Each class has its own pace.  Each year, the students are challenged by […]

TEI-XML in Week 1 of DigiWriMo

I’m working on a digital edition of a small Shenoute manuscript (1 folio).  Here’s a word cloud of the TEI-XML markup I did during week 1 of Digital Writing Month. Previous Word count: 341 This […]

Digital Writing Month: Taking the Plunge

This is a belated post about my first week of Digital Writing Month.  (www.digitalwritingmonth.com)  I signed up, because I realized lately that between various digital projects (including websites) and grant applications for digital projects, I […]