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Open Knowledge and Literature.

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By Posted in , Tagged , Jane Austen’s word choices.

A Facebook friend had a link to an NY Times piece on Jane Austen’s word choices

Using Franco Moretti’s techniques, it begins showing how Digital Humanities can be useful.
There are one of two of his books that I am waiting for before I can get into the pros and cons but I do have […] July 9, 2017 – 1:15 pm By Posted in Tagged Comments (0) Attending the Open Humanities Hack.

I’ve just come back from a couple of excellent days of Humanities Hacking

organised by the King’s College, London Digital Humanities department and the Open Knowledge Foundation.
To be fair, it went slightly differently than I thought it would.
After an interesting start trying to find the room we were in, a few of us […] November 22, 2012 – 8:26 pm By Posted in , , Tagged , javascript, .

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I went to the Research Databases in the Humanities workshop

organised by Sudamih, which was an excellent afternoon and time well spent.
An Oxford heavy event, there were a number of interesting directions that came out of the afternoon.
Firstly James Wilson, project manager of Sudamih at Oxford University Computing Services, outlined the Database as […] January 23.

2011 – 12:11 pm By Posted in Tagged database

, rdf Comments (2) Digital Humanities and building data sets.
Rob Myers reposted this New York Times link on the Open Knowledge Foundation discussion list about Digital Humanities and its growth.
It mentions the Mapping the Republic of Letters project (unfortunately it does not appear to be open) and its linking together of the centres of letter production.
Last night I managed to build the […] November 18.

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2011 By “Just bought a Nikon D90

Nikon D90 Tutorials.
February 22, 2011 By “Just bought a Nikon D90, .

Its my first DSLR digital camera

Where can I find Nikon D90 tutorials and tips?” The user manual for the Nikon D90 is a pretty good resource for everything your D90 can do but if that’s a bit bland for your taste check out some of my favorite D90 resources.

[…] Filed Under: Tagged With: Download Canon S95 User Manual

February 21, 2011 By “Where can I download the user manual for Canon S95?” When you first open the Canon S95 you’ll notice it doesn’t really come with a user manual, it just comes with a “Get Started Guide” with very little info.
You can grab the user manual from the disc that came with the camera.
It’s in […] Filed Under: Tagged With: Are there any point and shoot cameras that shoot RAW.
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2010 By “I’m looking for a point and shoot camera that shoots RAW images

I can’t afford a DSLR but would love to be able to shoot RAW for control and editing purposes.
Any recommendations for a point and shoot that shoots RAW?” I think most higher end point and shoot cameras have support for shooting pictures […] Filed Under: Tagged With: Best digital camera reviews.
March 11, 2009 By “Just got some money from my tax return and now I’m looking to spend it on a new digital camera.
What websites do you recommend for the best digital camera reviews?” digitalcamerainfo.com – very detailed stats along with all the different specs.
On the top of the menu they have a “ETHICS” link which basically […] Filed Under: Tagged With: Digital Camera Buying Guide.
January 10.

2009 By Digital Camera Buying Guide

Understanding the Basics of a Digital Camera If you’re looking for a new digital camera, you may be surprised at the number of different kinds that are filling the store shelves these days.
How do you know what all that camera jargon means.

How do you figure out which one is […] Filed Under: Buying my first digital camera

March 8.

2008 By Many people are looking to buy their first digital camera

and one thing to keep in mind is digital camera lag which is how long it takes to take the picture when your press the button.
Digital camera’s have two step process when taking a picture.

First you have to hold the button half way […] Filed Under: Wireless SD cards

February 28, 2008 By What.
Wireless SD cards.

It’s a new product called Eye-Fi

here’s how it works, you put one of these cards into your digital camera and the camera automatically uploads the pictures to your computer via wifi.
So it’s not the camera that uploads the photo it’s the wireless card that uploads the photos to […] Filed Under: Where to buy digital cameras.
January 28, 2008 By Buying a digital camera can be very difficult especially if you have no idea what you need kind of camera you need.
Where can you buy a digital camera.
Just about every kind of store sells digital cameras now, soon we will probably see disposal digital cameras at your local 7-eleven.
I usually like to […] Filed Under: What’s the difference between slr and point and shoot digital cameras.
October 30, .

2007 By What’s the difference between SLR(single lens reflex) and point in shoot

Let’s look at what these cameras have in common, they both have lens, digital sensor that captures the picture, a computer chip, and a memory slot where the pictures get saved.
Point and shoot cameras has a few advantages over the mighty SLR, .

They […] Filed Under: (15)

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Before: Wholemeal/rye Toast with Sliced Banana

Reading Time: 2 minutesAn effective training schedule isn’t made up of runs alone

If you want to improve both your endurance and your race times, it’s essential to think about what you’re putting into your stomach.  By eating the right foods at the right times, your body will perform and recover quicker.
Before: Wholemeal/rye Toast with Sliced Banana, sugar-free peanut butter with Cinnamon.
The key is to have a mixed bag of complex and simple carbs so that the release of energy during your workout is slow and steady throughout your routine.
Wholemeal toast with fruit gives you both types of carbs with the bonus of being super easy to digest.
Complex carbs will keep your motor humming, while the fruit adds an extra kick of energy.
For those training for a race, bananas are perfect in raising potassium levels, which drop when you sweat a lot.
For an added bonus, add a dash of cinnamon.
The spice has been linked to stabilizing blood sugar and improving brain function.

Before: Smoothies Not only are they time-friendly

building your own blend has a bunch of exercise benefits.
For a foolproof formula, use your favourite fresh fruit/frozen berries work best, .

Add a cup of plain Greek yoghurt

If you’re buying one, check the label to make sure it’s not made from concentrated fruit juices.
After your workout: Omelette with Avocado Eggs are a great source of protein and helps aid in muscle recovery and growth.
Make a veggie-packed omelette by adding your green leafy veg.
Garnish with a few slices of avocado for good fats.
Similar to olive oil, avocados can help your body better absorb fat-soluble nutrients that your veggies have like vitamins A, D, E and K.
These vitamins are stocked with antioxidants, the best boost for your body, inside and out.

After your workout: Stir-fried Chicken and Mixed Vegetables with brown rice

Your body is in recovery mode, so you need a nutrient dense dish.
The lean protein and carbohydrates in chicken will fill you up without feeling overly bloated.
Add some veggies and some brown rice for a quick recovery meal.
Feel good while training.

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