1. A note on bibliography

    I’m sharing this note from the beginning of my dissertation so others working with online resources might comment.

    The type and number of bibliographic sources of this work merit a couple comments.

    First, most of the primary sources are online, and have only been online. Quotations from e-mail and …

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  2. Outsider Contributions

    When I make a substantive contribution to Wikipedia, I tend to edit “off-line” until I’m satisfied with the text, and then post it in a single chunk. While I am only a WikiGnome in any case, the typical Wikipedia metric of “edit counts” would underestimate the contribution made by …

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  3. The method of haiku

    A Zen-inspired aesthetic of haiku is sabi: an insightful appreciation of the “suchness” of ordinary objects and daily events. Hass (1994:xiv) writes of this as a “quality of actuality, of the moment seized on and rendered purely.” This pureness of vision led Barthes (1983:60) to claim that haiku …

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  4. Recommending readings

    As a student this time around – more so than my experiences in computer science and policy – I find that the process of getting feedback includes a deluge of references. In my present interdisciplinary domain of humanities and social science it seems there are many traditions making a claim upon a …

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