2017/01/10: a collection of 45 websites where you can download tens of thousands of books, plays and texts for free. Oh, and these sites are also all completely legal, of course!
People often say they are enthusiastic about games because "they can tell stories", or because they enable narrative moments not possible in other media. But although there are numerous flashes of brilliance in games, this potential often feels like something they circle, but never attain. That's because the act of writing for games and the
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The extent of Shakespeare's legacy 450 years on from his birth is incalculable. But this, of course, does not stop some from trying. To many the crown of Britain's cultural output, Shakespeare is integral
Wikipedians add a form of poetry in India called Vachana sahitya to the Wikiverse.
The fundamental concept behind Kurt Vonnegut's master's thesis in anthropology at the University of Chicago was, in Vonnegut's words, "that stories have shapes which can be drawn on graph paper."
Historically, geographically, culturally - there are many points of comparison between Australia and its neighbour to the east, New Zealand. But there are notable differences. This week, The Conversation
2014/01/09: when words commonly associated with misery show up in books, it meant that 10 years before, the economic situation was pretty grim.
System for Information on Grey Literature in Europe, is your open access to 700.000 bibliographical references of grey literature (paper) produced in Europe and allows you to export records and locate the documents.
INTEGRAL WORLD: EXPLORING THEORIES OF EVERYTHING
Big Data is pushing into the humanities, as evidenced by new, illuminating computer analyses of literary history.
Ted Nelson demonstrates his Xanadu Space software for representing hypertext as it should be, in three dimensional space. http://hyperland.com
I wrote this post with my voice. I made no changes, save for a few typo corrections, and used no keyboard. That's probably why it's so bad. It's an experiment of mine. The hypothesis is whether or not a keyboardless world will change writing. And make no mistake, at some point we will live in a
Mistaking theft for genius.