NEH 2010 Notes

With The Amazing Crawfish Boat wrapping up, I have been enjoying a moment to file various bits of paper, either tucking them into one of a couple of current “working” folders, moving them into an archived folder somewhere, or moving them into that other archive otherwise known as “the round bin” — which, to be clear, leads to recycling and not the landfill. One of the things I came across was a packet of hand-written notes from the NEH seminar/institute that Tim Tangherlini organized at UCLA/NSF’s Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics back in August 2010. As I understand it from talking to Jason Rhody of the NEH’s Office of Digital Humanities, the institute has achieved somewhat of a legendary status and so, as a nod to future historians of such things, I scanned those notes into a PDF and I am making them available to anyone interested (Warning: PDF).

One Piece of a Larger Set of Notes

One Piece of a Larger Set of Notes

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