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CompHumanities Digital Humanities         and Computing Power
A Personal Knowledge Home• The Web as a Knowledge repository  – Building a secret home on the Web  – Using personal tools ...
Building our community on the              Web• Building our community on the Web
Publishing on the Web• Publishing on the Web
Producing contents for the Web• Producing contents for the Web
Placing our contents• Placing our contents
Mining public contents• Mining public contents
“Computing” high level   contents: comphumanities• “Computing” high level contents:  comphumanities
Verifying contents trough         manual tracking• Verifying contents trough manual  tracking
Verifying contents trough            algorithms• Verifying contents trough algorithms
Weaving contents• Weaving contents
Managing contents within our          community• Managing contents within our  community
Managing contents in the     WorldWideWeb at large• Managing contents in the  WorldWideWeb at large
Comphumanities 001-010
Comphumanities 001-010
Comphumanities 001-010
Comphumanities 001-010
Comphumanities 001-010
Comphumanities 001-010
Comphumanities 001-010
Comphumanities 001-010
Comphumanities 001-010
Comphumanities 001-010
Comphumanities 001-010
Comphumanities 001-010
Comphumanities 001-010
Comphumanities 001-010
Comphumanities 001-010
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  1. 1. CompHumanities Digital Humanities and Computing Power
  2. 2. A Personal Knowledge Home• The Web as a Knowledge repository – Building a secret home on the Web – Using personal tools to cope with the complexity. Personal tools to manage “ubiquitous knowledge”. – LDAP protocols. Xmarks. LastPass. Social Networks. Introduction to CMSs. – Cloud computing and CMS.
  3. 3. Building our community on the Web• Building our community on the Web
  4. 4. Publishing on the Web• Publishing on the Web
  5. 5. Producing contents for the Web• Producing contents for the Web
  6. 6. Placing our contents• Placing our contents
  7. 7. Mining public contents• Mining public contents
  8. 8. “Computing” high level contents: comphumanities• “Computing” high level contents: comphumanities
  9. 9. Verifying contents trough manual tracking• Verifying contents trough manual tracking
  10. 10. Verifying contents trough algorithms• Verifying contents trough algorithms
  11. 11. Weaving contents• Weaving contents
  12. 12. Managing contents within our community• Managing contents within our community
  13. 13. Managing contents in the WorldWideWeb at large• Managing contents in the WorldWideWeb at large
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