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The Humanities And Computers, The Early Days
"The digital humanities--or 'humanities computing,' as it was then known--used machines the size of small cars, punch cards, and data recorded on magnetic tape. To many scholars, its methods, which depended on breaking down texts into data elements, seemed alien, as did the antiseptic atmosphere of the computer lab." NEH 07/13
Posted July 15, 2013 06:50 AM

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