fedwiki as notebook and a style guide for the coterie

When I first started using a traditional wiki (c. 2002, I think), I mistakingly saw it as a form of wide-ranging publication – a hypertextual companion to the blog. I was looking for a universal notebook-cum-database; a one-stop shop for drafting, revising, and publishing; a elegant – because it was the smallest database that would… Continue reading fedwiki as notebook and a style guide for the coterie

on pinboard for November 17th, 2014

Hack Your Life With A Private Wiki Notebook Getting Things Done And Other Systems – WebSeitz/wiki – Many people associate wikis with Wikipedia, but Wikipedia is really more of an exception. There are many thousands of wiki spaces in existence. Many of them are restricted to a specific group of people. Many business project teams… Continue reading on pinboard for November 17th, 2014

bookmarks for November 10th, 2013

Queequeg’s Coffin: a Sermon for the Digital Human | Literacies | HYBRID PEDAGOGY – Reflections on digital writing in 2013. – (dh erhetoric ) Digital Writing Uprising: Third-order Thinking in the Digital Humanities | Literacies | HYBRID PEDAGOGY – Oh boy. Right on time for WCW – to find a new name as Digital Writing… Continue reading bookmarks for November 10th, 2013

bookmarks for March 12th, 2013

Writing Tools and Workflow — Hack / Make – another notetaking / DH workflow article for today. More and more, academic writers and writers in general are switching between digital and analogue apparati. Hack/Make's workflow is like a day in the life of a knowledge worker. at hack make.org – (DH workflow academia2.0 ) Arno’s… Continue reading bookmarks for March 12th, 2013

bookmarks for February 7th, 2010

MSK – Moleskine – Moleskine has gone hybrid with templates and generators to add print and web data to your journals. – (moleskine generator diy printing notebook writing notebooks paper design ) Overview | Pew Internet – reports reduction in blogging from teens – Blogging is less popular among teens than it has been, with… Continue reading bookmarks for February 7th, 2010