Zundert, J. J. van, and Haentjens Dekker, R. (2017). Code, Scholarship, and Criticism: When is Coding Scholarship and When is it Not? Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 32(Suppl_1): i121–i123. https://doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqx006.
Zundert, J. J. van. (2016). The Case of the Bold Button: Social Shaping of Technology and the Digital Scholarly Edition. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 31(4): 898–910. 10.1093/llc/fqw012.
Zundert, J.J. van, 2016, ‘Close Reading and Slow Programming — Computer Code as Digital Scholarly Edition’ Paper presented at ESTS 2016 / DiXiT 3, Antwerp, Belgium, 05/10/2016 – 07/10/2016, .
Andrews, T.L. & Zundert, J.J. van, 2016, ‘What Are You Trying to Say? — The Interface as an Integral Element of Argument’ Paper presented at International Conference ‘Digital Scholarly Editions as Interfaces’, Centre for Information Modelling, Graz, Austria, 22/09/2016 – 24/09/2016, pp. 29-30.
Zundert, J. J. van. (2016). Barely Beyond the Book? In Driscoll, M. J. and Pierazzo, E. (eds.), Digital Scholarly Editing: Theories and Practices. Cambridge (UK): Open Book Publishers, pp. 83–106. http://www.openbookpublishers.com/reader/483
Zundert, J.J. van & Andrews, T.L., 2016, ‘Qu’est-ce qu’un texte numérique? A New Rationale for the Digital Representation of Text’ Paper presented at Digital Humanities 2016, Krakow, Poland, 12/07/2016 – 16/07/2016, pp. 395-397.
Willard McCarty on Humanist pointed me to a, quite silly, article in the Economist entitled “March of the Machines”. It can almost be called a genre piece. The author downplays very much the possible negative effects of artificial intelligence and then argues that society should find an ‘intelligent response’ to AI—as opposed, I assume, to uninformed …
There is a trope in digital humanities related articles that I find particularly awkward. Just now I stumbled across another example, and maybe it is a good thing to muze about it a short bit. Whence the example comes I don’t think is important as I am interested in the trope in general and not …
Zundert, J.J. van, 2016, ‘you.can?( :read )’ Paper presented at Digital Humanities Benelux Conference 2016, Belval/Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg, 09/06/2016 – 10/06/2016, .
Zundert, J. J. van. (2016). Author, Editor, Engineer — Code & the Rewriting of Authorship in Scholarly Editing. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 40(4): 349–375. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03080188.2016.1165453.