Balisage Paper: Beyond Eighteen Wheels
Considerations in Archiving Documents Represented Using the Extensible Markup Language
August 2, 2010
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Slides and Materials
- BeyondEighteenWheels.zip: Presentation slides in HTML.
Applen, J. D. and McDaniel, Rudy, “The Rhetorical Nature of XML,” Rouledge, 2009.
(to be supplied; a number of references were consulted)
“Born-Again Bits: A Framework for Migrating Electronic Literature,” Alan Liu, David Durand, Nick Montfort, Merrilee Proffitt, Liam R. E. Quin, Jean-Hugues Réty, and Noah Wardrip-Fruin 2005, online at www.eliterature.org/pad/bab.html and accessed July 2010
Moxon, Joseph, “Mechanick exercises on the whole art of printing,” 1683/4.
Wooley, Benjamin, “The Queen's Conjurer: The Science and Magic of Dr. John Dee, Adviser to Queen Elizabeth I,” Holt, 2002 (not itself a scholarly book but a good and clear introduction to the topic).