Category Archives: Week 6: Annotation and Wikisource annotation debate

Arbitrary Annotations

Through the process of annotating The Tales of John Oliver Hobbes (hereafter JOH), I have come to realize just how arbitrary annotations really are. Until recently, annotations have always been the helpful notes located at the bottom of a page – … Continue reading

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Authorship and the Humanities

After attending the Humanities presentation Thursday, I made a few odd connections in my head between the discussion that ensued in the presentation and our discussion in class last Monday. In class Monday, we discussed (in regards to the nature … Continue reading

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