Random collection this week…
From the Guardian’s culture professionals group, 10 tips for developing and mastering digital products in the arts – simple, concise rules to remember.
And plenty of digital humanities links: Tim Hitchcock on small histories versus grand narratives in Sources, Empathy and Politics in History from Below.
Practical tools for data analysis, visualization, and working with social media data by Lev Manovich. (Not that I’ve looked at them all, but I might one day.)
Finally, prompted by this tweet and the following dicussion (namely the ‘L’ appearing in the Māori content)…
Early experiments visualising frequency distribution of letters within words in Te Reo & English editions of @Te_Ara. pic.twitter.com/P0eOWRq2jy
— Chris McDowall (@fogonwater) July 9, 2015
… I’m reading about New Zealand’s third space between Māori and Pākeha cultures in Paul Meredith’s paper Hybridity in the Third Space: Rethinking Bi-cultural Politics in Aotearoa/New Zealand (PDF, 32KB).
Update: another take on the ten rules, this time in relation to project management: Ten rules for humanities scholars new to project management by Bethany Nowviskie (@nowviskie)