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Make Wikipedia Even Better (And Support a Great Cause!)

Lee Skallerup Bessette talks about the #NOW Challenge on Wikipedia.

Instant Maps with

Lee Skallerup Bessette introduces a new mapping and visualization tool,

Weekend Reading: Midsummer Edition

With midsummer upon us, Anastasia Salter shares some links for weekend reading.

Being a Better Mentor

Jason Jones points to a good resource for learning about being a better mentor.

Teaching Choice-Based Narratives with ink

Anastasia Salter shares tips for getting started with ink, a beginner-friendly scripting language for building interactive narratives.

Want To Write Just One Thing Down? Try Edit

The desire to capture something quickly on one’s phone is a pretty common one. As I mentioned back in April, one of my favorite iOS apps is Drafts 5, which somehow combines both great quickness with a relatively easy-to-learn automation scheme. It’s terrific.

Digital Mappa 1.0: A New, User-Friendly Platform for Digital Scholarship

Lee Skallerup Bessette introduces the digital-humanities platform Digital Mappa.

From Markdown to Word, With Citations

Here’s a workaround that pairs an editor with robust citation management for longer writing projects.

Digital Dexterity Card Game

Lee Skallerup Bessette introduces a card game she hacked at a recent workshop on Digital Dexterity.

Free Up Phone Space with Gemini Photos

Jason Jones looks at Gemini Photos, a tool for rapidly freeing up space on your phone by identifying similar photos.
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