- Genius.com, a project/platform that developed out of a collaborative annotation of rap lyrics and that now encompasses much much more. From the founders: “Any text can be as layered, as allusive and cryptic, as worthy of careful exegesis as rap lyrics.“
- Tools for Digital Labor History – a Google Doc compiled by Toby Higbie for the labor data panel at LAWCHA. Lots of great stuff here.
- “Seven Ways Humanists are Using Computers to Understand Text” by Ted Underwood.
- Global Perspectives on Digital History, a site that collects material from “hundreds of venues where high-quality scholarship is likely to appear, including the personal websites of scholars, institutional sites, blogs, and other feeds” including Twitter.
- Free People of Color in Louisiana, a NEH-funded project from Louisiana State University.
- Finally, I’m soliciting resources on GIS – these may be books, websites, blogs, videos, anything. To begin, a friend recommended I check out the GIS subreddit. What else is out there?