Like last year, I attempted to archive the tweets tagged with the HASTAC annual conference's official hashtag (this year #HASTAC2014). I have shared the resulting dataset on figshare.
A post inspired by "How journals like Nature, Cell and Science are damaging science", an opinion piece at the Guardian by Professor Randy Sheckman, 2013 Nobel prize winner in physiology or medicine.
A comment on 'building' and the critique of "discursive formations" in the digital humanities.
I set up a Google spreadsheet to collect #HASTAC2013 tweets and created an interactive archive that visualises the interactions in real time.
I have posted a response to Stephen Marche's LA Review of Books article "Against Digital Humanities" on my HASTAC blog.
I posted "Various Shades of Digital Literacy: The New Digital Divides" on my HASTAC blog.
I posted a selection of resources I've found useful for academic live-blogging on my HASTAC blog.
It's hard to believe it's been a week already since we witnessed the official opening of the 4Humanities Local Chapter at University College London. I published a post about it on HASTAC.
Today I updated my HASTAC post from last week on unpaid academic positions.