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Matthew Kirschenbaum
Dirty computers, bookish books. Wrote Track Changes: A Literary History of Word Processing. , , . Tweets in personal capacity.
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Matthew Kirschenbaum 4m
Replying to @LKonstan
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Matthew Kirschenbaum 11m
The wind outside is now genuinely howling and I am just not motivated for a walk.
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Matthew Kirschenbaum 20h
Replying to @TitaChico1
"High tariff . . . with no opposable thumbs"
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Matthew Kirschenbaum 21h
Getting skilled at individuating the mostly cream-colored walls, shelved book spines, door frames, and assorted knicknknacks that make up the vague fuzzy familiar backgrounds of my colleagues' Zoom presences.
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Matthew Kirschenbaum 21h
Materiality matters.
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Matthew Kirschenbaum 21h
Replying to @TitaChico1
We're sniggering over this. Perfect.
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Matthew Kirschenbaum Apr 9
Big congrats to 's , who just defended her capstone with 's first ever hand-made artist's book! It recovers and illuminates bookwork by two women painters in the C17 Dutch Republic.
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Matthew Kirschenbaum Apr 9
Costanzopoly: when the ruling class unfailingly DOES THE OPPOSITE.
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Matthew Kirschenbaum Apr 9
Replying to @LKonstan
Barring some miracle breakthrough, I think that's right.
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david ehrlich Apr 8
my favorite Radiohead lyrics
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The Baltimore Sun Apr 9
NEW: Maryland begins releasing data on coronavirus cases and deaths broken down by race. African American: 2,064 (55) Asian: 122 (6) White: 1,540 (39) Other: 449 (3) Data not available: 1,354 (21)
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Matthew Kirschenbaum Apr 9
😄 Marketing is where you find it.
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Matthew Kirschenbaum Apr 9
Replying to @robinsloan
Thank you! Perhaps a certain Mr Penumbra once had a shop on Main Steet, Kendallville.
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Matthew Kirschenbaum Apr 9
Replying to @veek
😏 (fearless, in context, is a bit of an insider poke at my own institution, whose motto is "fearless ideas")
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Matthew Kirschenbaum Apr 9
Higher ed could learn a lesson. Which fearless institution will lead instead of follow?
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Matthew Kirschenbaum Apr 9
Yes, and I would also add Paul Zelevansky's artists' book The Burial of the Ancestors (also in our collection at MITH) from 1984, which includes a 5.25" floppy.
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Matthew Kirschenbaum Apr 9
You know who published your book of course, but do you know who printed it? Or where? Or why you should care?
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Matthew Kirschenbaum Apr 8
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Matthew Kirschenbaum Apr 8
Even if you learned COBOL?
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NEH Apr 7
NEH announces new grants: $22.2 million for 224 humanities projects across the country.
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