CR ET P SETO NAA: A6457, P214 NAA: A 6455, RC597 Part 3
‘As I hope you willunderstand, this delay isdue not so much tobureaucratic secretivenessor overdoses of red tape, asto a very real concern toprevent nuclear proliferationand to fulﬁl the UKscommitments under theNon-Proliferation Treaty.Some of those documentsmay contain details of thedesign of nuclear weapons.
Fred Gibbs‘...there can be great value in playing with historical data. Bythat I mean quickly searching, scanning, and visualizing datato see things that are otherwise impossible to notice. Of coursevisualizations are hardly new, even in history. But what is new,is our ability to take arbitrary data and see it from multipleperspectives with relatively little time, effort, and technicalwizardry. The discoveries that come about from such quick anddirty inquiries isnt meant to be revolutionary, but to raisequestions that wouldnt have emerged otherwise.http:// historyproef.org/blog/digital-humanities/playing-with-data/
Tim Hitchcock‘what really needs to break down is the silo that suggests thatinformation itself is something to be consulted and collected;that it is an unchanging object of study, rather than a pool ofconstantly changing stuff that can be interrogated from anyangle, and pursued along any trajectory.http://historyonics.blogspot.com/2011/04/towards-new-history-lab-for-digital.html
Amanda FrenchWhat I wonder is whether instead we can begin with thedata, or with a datum, and simply watch for what it may tellus, even if what it tells us is simply a story. What I hope isthat all our data will bring forth a new age of humanisticinduction, induction that can but need not necessarily relyon statistics and visualizations.http://www.scribd.com/doc/50066437/In-Praise-of-Humanities-Data
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