This blog post is a continuation of a book review on Martin Foys' monograph Virtually Anglo-Saxon: Old Media, New Media, and the Late Age of Print."
By Jesse McDowell Foys, Martin. Virtually Anglo-Saxon: Old Media, New Media, and Early Studies in the Late Age of Print. Gainesville: University
By Jesse McDowell When did humans first engage in systematized timekeeping? Why was it important that we measured the passing of the hours during
By Alex Genetti A repost from The Study of Everything Last year, I was overjoyed to discover that Big Finish (the company best-known for their
By Jesse McDowell Coding languages have been around since the late 1950s (arguably), yet many new coding languages have sprung up since the
[This post can also be viewed at the Schoenberg Institute. It speaks to a small project completed July 5-10 2015 at Rare Book School.] By Jesse