Category | Blogs RSS feed for this section

Blogging with the Brotherhood/Sister Sol

It has been my pleasure to spend the past month working with the mentors and students of The Brotherhood/Sister Sol in Harlem. For six weeks, I’ve walked each Wednesday morning through the colorful, hand-painted door at the Brownstone on 143rd street to help high schoolers learn some blogging best practices in one of the organization’s […]

Read more No Comments

Reply All and the Internet’s Humanity

I was in fourth grade sitting at my family’s computer. I turned my head toward my mom in the living room and shouted, “What does muff mean?” Someone I was playing Pictionary with online was using the handle Muff Diver Mike. I wasn’t allowed back on the computer for a week. In between the time […]

Read more No Comments

Blogs We Like | ProfHacker’s Anastasia Salter on Preparing Online Lectures

One of our longtime favorite blogs at the Digital Humanities Initiative is ProfHacker at The Chronicle of Higher Education. If you look at the group that produces it, you will find some of the great names in Digital Humanities: Brian Croxall, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Adeline Koh and Ryan Cordell are only a few of the exciting […]

Read more No Comments