[open-humanities] Open Correspondence Re: open-humanities Digest, Vol 10, Issue 8

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Thu May 26 19:02:48 UTC 2011

Hi Ulrich,

Although Open Correspondence is really aimed at the nineteenth century, 
there's no real reason why not. There might already be relevant tools 
and ontologies to do this though.

I'll try and take a look at the blog post, though my German may no 
longer be up to it :(


On 26/05/2011 13:43, Ulrich Herb wrote:
> Dear all,
>  this was a really interesting news to me:
>> Afternoon,
>> As part of the Book Hackday the weekend before last, I started on some
>> work to explore some of Jonathan Gray's questions about mapping
>> intellectual influence. I'm not sure I got as far as I wanted but the
>> following blog post outlines what I managed to tinker with which I'm
>> trying to get into the core as an API.
>> http://notebook.okfn.org/2011/05/25/mining-the-personal-using-open-correspondence-to-explore-correspondents/
> Do you think one day Open Correspondence could be able to analyze 
> todays informal scientific communication (twitter, blogs, etc.) that 
> takes place outside conference proceedings or scientific journals?
> I wrote a short comment on this in my blog (sorry, german language): 
> http://bit.ly/lgl8La
> best regards
> ulrich

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