Welcome to philosophi.ca a wiki for my ongoing work.
May 2013 Japanese Game Studies 2013 is my conference report on the International Conference on Japan Game Studies 2013 conference in Kyoto.
May 2013 Canada 3.0 and GRAND 2013 is a report on the overlapping Canada 3.0 conference and GRAND 2013 conference.
April 2013 DCA 2013 are links to a report and slides on the Digital Classics Association meeting.
January 2013 MLA 2013 are my notes about some events I was part of at the MLA in 2013.
July 2012 DH 2012 is the Digital Humanities conference in Hamburg.
June 2012 CUCCIO 2012 Canadian University Council of Chief Information Officers.
May 2012 SEMI 2012 Society for Digital Humanities 2012.
May 2012 GRAND 2012 The third GRAND conference.
April 2012 Digitization Day 2012 Our second annual Digitization Day
November 2011 Tokyo DH Symposium 2011 Symposium on The Establishment of a Knowledge Infrastructure for the Next Generation and the Mission of Digital Humanities
November 2011 DH-JAC 2011 The 2nd International Symposium on Digital Humanities for Japanese Arts and Cultures in Kyoto, Japan.
November 2011 INKE: Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in a Digital Age: Text and Beyond Birds of a Feather conference for INKE in Kyoto, Japan.
October 2011 Culture and Computing 2011 Conference report on Culture and Computing 2011 conference in Kyoto, Japan.
July 2011 From Metadata to Linked Data Workshop notes on the workshop held at Trinity College, Dublin.
June 2011 Digging Into Data Challenge 2011 Conference notes on the Digging Into Data conference in Washington.
May/June 2011 SDH-SEMI 2011 Conference notes on the SDH/SEMI 2011 conference at Congress.
May 2011 GRAND 2011 Conference Conference notes about the GRAND network conference.
March 2011 DHO: A Vision of Digital Humanities in Ireland Where do we go from here? A conference at the Royal Irish Academy organized by the Digital Humanities Observatory
March 2011 HuCon 2011 at the University of Alberta
December 2010 Digitization Day at the University of Alberta
July 2010 centerNet 2010 at King's College, London.
Older Conference Reports I have moved conference reports for older events into this page.
Short Essays in Progress
A collection of short essays. Some are drafts and some are just reflections.
Untitled Number 8: Gaming the Republic: A dialogue with Stephen Ramsay and Geoffrey Rockwell.
Responding to Surfdom: A response to the Matthew Reisz THE article “Surfdom”
Basic Research Computing Infrastructure?: A description of what researchers should expect from their universities.
Inclusion in the Digital Humanities: A reflection on perceptions of inclusion in the digital humanities.
Institutions in the Digital Humanities: A short reflection on the capacity of institutions to scale to support digital humanities across Canada.
"His Rock is His Thing: Playing with the Myth of Sisyphus, One Interactive Button, and the Flicker of the Baroque" is an essay on Sisyphus and Play in the neonBaroque Age.
What is Infrastructure? is an essay on models for what infrastructure is and how it applies to humanities computing.
Computing with the Infrastructure at Hand is an idea about what we could do with nothing and why we need to think that way.
The Scale of Silos is an incomplete reflection on the meme that we have a problem of silos.
The extraordinary effectiveness of words: A draft of an essay on how words work so well in English for interpretative tools.
Theoretical Issues in Humanities Computing: A collection of theoretical issues emerging from a course on the subject.
Japanese Game Culture is a curated collection of links to resources for the study of Japanese game culture and game studies. It is in the very early stages of development.
MLA Digital Work is a project I am involved in to develop materials to help with the evaluation of digital work in the humanities.
The Academic Capacity of the Digital Humanities in Canada is a draft report for the Society of Digital Humanities.
A Creative Culture is an outline of an idea about the importance of creativity and imagination across human endeavors.
Computers and Education is an outline of an essay about the uses of computers in higher education.
A CenterNet Portal is a discussion document put together on the need for a humanities portal. This document is a summary of a discussion held online that I coordinated. It was in preparation for a panel in Oulu at DH 2008.
CenterNet Internships is a discussion document on possible internships for centerNet.
To Do for Wiki is a page about this wiki and what I am working on.
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