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Christopher Vitale wrote a new post And so it begins., on the site Digital Praxis Seminar Fall 2014 – Spring 2015   3 hours, 19 minutes ago

In May of 2013, I graduated Queens College. I spent a small fortune, pennies compared to most, to receive a piece of paper that gave validity to my ramblings about how cool I thought Chaucer was/is. A degree in […]

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Micki Kaufman wrote a new post In the Right Time and Right Place for DH, on the site Digital Praxis Seminar Fall 2014 – Spring 2015   5 hours, 20 minutes ago

This is a very busy Digital Humanities year for me, for the CUNY Graduate Center, and for the Praxis class as well. The speakers on the syllabus, from @HASTAC Director and historian Dr. Cathy Davidson to the MLA‘s […]

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Boone Gorges wrote a new post, Commons 1.6.14, on the site CUNY Academic Commons Development Blog   5 hours, 43 minutes ago

I’ve just released version 1.6.14 of the CUNY Academic Commons. This maintenance release contains a number of minor plugin updates, as well as some miscellaneous styling and spelling modifications and fixes to […]

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You Gene Kim wrote a new post The rising of the Digital Humanities, on the site Digital Praxis Seminar Fall 2014 – Spring 2015   7 hours, 11 minutes ago

Thumbnail Actually, I am not a big fan of technology. First, I had a hard time to understand computer languages such as HTML, JAVA etc because those texts or languages looked like codes from the movie Matrix for me. I guess […]

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Damian Lajara wrote a new post, Mobility First Final Report, on the site Android | Mobility First API Workshop Experience   7 hours, 58 minutes ago

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August 30, 2014
Today’s network architecture, which revolves around IP’s, has been around for many years, thus making it highly susceptible to cyber attacks. Not only […]

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Asif I. Patel wrote a new post, Heartburn: “How often and How long?”, on the site research   13 hours, 57 minutes ago

Epidemiology of esophageal cancer has been undergoing significant change over the past 30 years; it wont be extra-aggregate to term it one of the biggest epidemiological shifts in the cancer domain in the Unites States. Squamous cell carcinoma used to be the most common histological type of  esophageal cancer, but it was replaced by… [Read more]

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madi wrote a new post Digital Humanities – An Experiment with Myself, on the site Digital Praxis Seminar Fall 2014 – Spring 2015   14 hours, 17 minutes ago

‘The Life of the Mind in the Heart of the City’ as the MALS program website so aptly declares, is what I seek to understand during my time here at The Graduate Center. For if there is one word that sums up my […]


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