The Nature of Digital Objects

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October 17, 2013

The Nature of Digital Objects

Lecture slides from the 2nd Digital Humanities Data Curation Workshop, http://www.dhcuration.org/institute/schedule/

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October 17, 2013
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    Trevor Munoz 2013 Abstract symbol structures and propositions do not

    undergo changes of state...” “ Monday, October 21, 13
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    Trevor Munoz 2013 so the problem is one of maintaining

    a connection between conceptual content and the structures that express it.” “ — Dubin, Wickett, Sacchi Monday, October 21, 13
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    Trevor Munoz 2013 computers ... present a premeditated material environment

    built and engineered to propagate an illusion of immateriality.” “ — Matthew Kirschenbaum Monday, October 21, 13
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    Trevor Munoz 2013 Sperberg-McQueen, M., and Dubin, D. (2011) “Data

    Representation” http://guide.dhcuration.org/ representation/ Monday, October 21, 13
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    Trevor Munoz 2013 UTF-8 encodes each of the 1,112,064 code

    points in the Unicode character set using one to four 8-bit bytes” “ Monday, October 21, 13
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    Trevor Munoz 2013 Protecting [collections] for the future requires not

    only familiarity with the contents ...” “ Monday, October 21, 13
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    Trevor Munoz 2013 ... but also with the technologies of

    the media that bear those contents, ...” “ Monday, October 21, 13
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    Trevor Munoz 2013 and the technologies by which the contents

    were inscribed on the media in question.” “ — Patricia Galloway Monday, October 21, 13
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    Trevor Munoz 2013 Galloway, P. (2011) “Educating for Digital Archiving

    through Studio Pedagogy, Sequential Case Studies, and Reflective Practice.” Monday, October 21, 13