Monthly Archives: November 2007


Can Amazon succeed where others have found little traction so far?  I already spend so much time reading freely available materials (journal articles, blogs, magazines, reviews) with my trusty Macbook Pro that I feel no need at all for a … Continue reading

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Cultural Heritage and Open Access Licenses

The Eduserv Foundation has released a report on the use of Creative Commons, Creative Archive, and other open access licenses in the area of British heritage, ‘Snapshot study on the use of open content licences in the UK cultural heritage … Continue reading

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Perseus code goes Open Source!

From Greg Crane comes the much-anticipated word that all of the hopper code and much of the content in Perseus is now officially open sourced: November 9, 2007: o *Install Perseus 4.0 on your computer*: All of the source code … Continue reading

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“loathed by every professor I know”

You got that right, brother.  Amen!

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