After finishing an MA in Book and Digital Media studies at Leiden University, I began working as a freelance web developer. I also wanted to keep at least a toe in the waters of the digital humanities, so I started this blog.



  1. Eric Kansa said


    I’m wondering if you’d like to help working out some RDF implementation issues for Open Context (www.opencontext.org). I think Open Context lends itself to RDF very nicely, but this is new territory for me.

    -Eric Kansa (Digging Digitally)

  2. Hi Keith,
    Did you design the flash cards quiz at ruby.glistn.org? I’d like to adapt it to teaching algebra at a high school I tutor at. Have you shared the code anywhere or could you point me in the right direction to do this please?

  3. Hi, there,

    I’m finishing a piece on technology and the humanities for PMLA and would like to cite some of your smart blog comments on Web 2.0 for the humanities. Could you please give me relevant info to site—like your full name and anything else you would like said about you and your blog? Thank you, and thanks for your excellent and educational blog, Cathy Davidson

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