DH BeNeLux

, or Digital Humanities Belgium-Netherlands-Luxembourg in longform, is happening today at  in the Hague (the research institute where I work is on the fifth floor in the same building).  Follow along with the hashtag () and official Twitter account () if you can.  The program is amazingly full of some of the top digital literary and history scholars working on cool projects, so I can’t wait to hear what they have to say.

As a heads up, if you follow my own Twitter account () I’ll be livetweeting this schedule (on UTC time):

Thursday, June 12

13:00-14:00 Keynote: Melissa Terras

14:00-15:00 About DH

 – Hieke Huistra, Bram Mellink

 – Niels-Oliver Walkowski

15:30-16:50 Crowdsourcing

 – Lars Wieneke and Marten Düring

 – Marie-Charlotte Le Bailly

 – Cissie Fu

 – René Voorburg

Friday, June 13

09:15-10:15 Copyright

 – Alastair Dunning

 – Renske van Nie

 – Tjeerd Schiphof and Karina van Dalen-Oskam

10:45-11:45 Linked Data

 – Wouter Beek, Rinke Hoekstra, Fernie Maas, Albert Meroño-Peñuela and Inger Leemans

 – Alina Saenko

 – Max Kemman and Astrid van Aggelen

12:00-12:45 Panel Session

12:45-13:00 Closing remarks

Moving House.

After a few weeks of being down due to a social media shuffle, my blog is back up and running, powered by WordPress this time.

While I’m planning to migrate some of my best professional posts onto my new platform, you can access them in the meantime at .  The shifting of personal SMs was initiated by the deactivation of my Facebook and subsequent need for something to fill the void.  Hence the proliferation of cat pictures in my most recent Tumbles, and the need for a new professional blog.  As I’ve been thinking of migrating to an SM that supports more long-form blogging anyways, the timing was perfect.

And so here we are.