[tei-council] Influential Blogs?
gabriel.bodard at kcl.ac.uk
Thu Mar 25 14:03:12 EDT 2010
The Stoa blog (http://www.stoa.org/) is also fairly widely read in DH
circles, I think. Arts-humanities.net might also be a good place for a
joint press release...
On 2010-03-25 16:36, Julianne Nyhan wrote:
> 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?
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