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  • Language, text and e-research in the Virtual Knowledge Studio Presentation to Brill | Book and Byte e-resource seminar on enhanced publications Ernst D. Thoutenhoofd Leiden, 3 March 2009
  • A topography of technological evolution D. Sahal (1983) Foundations of Technometrics
  • Stable states of a research system in an energy landscape Andrea Scharnhorst, VKS (G_O_E_THE project)
  • Searching agents in complex landscapes Andrea Scharnhorst, VKS (EVOLINO project) http://www.virtualknowledgestudio.nl/projects/evolino/english/files/evolino_71_en.swf
  • Innovation in linguistics: a model for sign linguistics? Achtung Warnhinweise zum Abluftbetrieb in der Gebrauchsanweisung beachten. Whirlpool/Ikea extractor-hood sticker, 2007 Attention Read the relative instructions on the booklet for the exhausting version.
  • Innovation in sign linguistics: corpora NGT project (Nijmegen University)
  • Innovation in sign linguistics: data-glove Onno Crasborn (University Nijmegen) NGT project
  • White glove project www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPnR-zIwvQ
  • Innovation in e-philology Richard Parker: www.codex-sinaiticus.net
  • Innovation in e-philology Bruce Zuckerman: www.inscriptifact.com/
  • Innovation in e-philology Ulrich Schmidt: annotations and emendation
  • Innovation in e-philology Huygens: e-laborate
  • Innovation in e-philology Robotlab’s bible-calligraphy
  • Integration in the digital humanities address a range of research opportunities respond to different research styles and traditions recognise that knowledge is a ‘local’ construct — subject to epistemic commitments and disciplinary conservatism
  • Integration with theory develop a clear hermeneutic position: how do ‘data’ connect with the ‘real world’; how do frequency statistics relate to truth-claims? etc.... — in effect, challenge Sinclair’s instrumentalism — theorise the drift from human-centred to technical object-centred research — clarify the ontology of ‘language’ as multiple knowledge-object (Mol 2002: The body multiple)