Humanist Archives: Dec. 30, 2021, 9:18 a.m. Humanist 35.430 - reclaiming & discovering
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 35, No. 430.
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Date: 2021-12-29 18:21:58+00:00
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Subject: Reclaiming & Discovering
I want to share with you the wonderful work that transpired on Twitter — a
collective brainstorming of collective pride facilitated by the incomparable
I knew Twitter could be a platform leverage by Humanities scholars from around
the world. But is linked to above is phenomenal. It’s a scholarly hypertext
collaboratively authored through a single point coordinator. I have seen nothing
like this in the wild. Or in captivity. It is simple captivating.
It branches with tributaries and flows majestically down the screen.
It is work giving it the moniker:
I hope you have a chance to look at it and feel buoyed.
I have of course used the occasion of posting to Humanist to bookmark the URL
and hope someone downloads a scrape for preservation purposes.
François Lachance, Ph.d.
living in the beginning of the long 22nd century; sequencing the "future
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