Net Neutrality: the FCC, the Internet, and You

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The future of net neutrality was put in question just before Thanksgiving, with the unveiling of the FCC’s plan to repeal the Obama Administration’s regulations preventing internet service providers (ISPs) from throttling content or charging premium rates to access content.   Net neutrality is the principle that regardless of user, content, website, platform, application, equipment,… Read more »

DH and the Scientification of the Humanities: Introduction

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This is the first post in a series questioning general relationship between digital humanities and the sciences. Specifically, the main concern is whether, and to what extent, DH contributes to the scientification of the humanities. That is to say, does DH lead the humanities away from the qualitative and ineffable and toward the quantitative and… Read more »