Notes for AFS Forum on Communications in Folklore

***Note for readers**: this post is currently in process while I am in Boise for the AFS meeting.*

For those who attended the forum at the annual meeting of American Folklore Society in Boise this year, here are a few posts that form the background to my current thinking:

* [In the Era of the Meta-Platform, Content Is King][era] (20 April 2008) is sort of a foundational statement, for me, of what I think the possibilities are more broadly for the humanities.
* In [The Road to Digital Considered][road] (14 August 2008) I discuss …
* In [The Cult of the Author in the New Economy][cult] (8 August 2009) …
* In [The Difference Digital Makes][diff] (29 July 2009) …
* In [One Digital Difference][one] (16 July 2009) …
* In [The Future of Scholarly Publishing from an Individual Perspective][future] (29 January 2009) …

[era]: http://johnlaudun.org/20080420-in-the-era-of-the-meta-platform-content-is-king/
[road]: http://johnlaudun.org/20090814-road-to-digital/
[cult]: http://johnlaudun.org/20090808-the-cult-of-the-author-in-the-new-economy/
[diff]: http://johnlaudun.org/20090729-the-difference-digital-makes/
[one]: http://johnlaudun.org/20090716-one-digital-difference/
[future]: http://johnlaudun.org/20090129-future-of-scholarly-publishing/