[tei-council] Influential Blogs?
julianne.nyhan at gmail.com
Thu Mar 25 12:36:05 EDT 2010
the TEI-EJ website includes (in addition to journal articles) other site
content, including Blog, Forum, Featured Projects, and Tutorials. The site
has not been made public yet,
but we are still on track to make our first publication in Summer 2010 (and
we expect to make all additional site functionalities available then too). A
joint press release will certainly be welcome on the Blog.
On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 5:08 PM, Kevin Hawkins <
kevin.s.hawkins at ultraslavonic.info> wrote:
> Are they looking to announce AccessTEI? If so, shouldn't this be a
> joint press release between the TEI-C and Apex?
> Is AccessTEI actually ready to be announced? The last we heard from you
> on February 11, Perry Trolard was making some revisions based on
> suggestions from Apex and was going to bring them to the Council for
> approval. My offer to help with this (sent to you and Perry on March
> 14) and in particular to deal with the interface of Tite and the Best
> Practices for TEI in Libraries still stands.
> On 25/03/2010 15:51, O'Donnell, Dan wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I have a request from the marketing people at Apex, that I thought the
> > people here might be able to help with:
> >> In the same vein of marketing TEI, we are looking into blogs where we
> >> could advertise the service. Do you know of any blogs or blogging
> >> platforms that are particularly associated with digitization or that
> >> might be frequented by people who might want digitization services?
> > Any suggestions? Obviously our own new and improved newserver and
> > Digital Medievalist. But are there other influential blogs or newservers
> > we should consider hitting?
> > -dan
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