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Post-doc job at @venicedph@twitter.com on "Elaborazione di un modello per descrivere collezioni e documenti del patrimonio storico-artistico e letterario..." in collaboration with ILC4CLARIN. Deadl. extended to Oct. 7:
- unive.it/data/12137/ (ITA)
- unive.it/data/28825/ (ENG)

Dr. Roberta Marchionni (Thesaurus linguae Latinae, now visiting professor at Sapienza) will give a series of seminars on Latin lexicography this Fall. Details: web.uniroma1.it/pages/en/news/

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2nd panel "GIS open source solution for archaeological context in between Universities, Public Administration, societies, research center: pyArchInit case" at starting now. Panel will be in Italian

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E. Demetrescu et al. now at on "EMdb: yet another db for the stratigraphic record". The idea is to create a DB management system that doesn't require too many IT skills

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Joe Roe at now: hands-on on how to process stratigraphic data in R

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I've hardly ever seen a conference providing such a well edited video streaming (like is doing): the conf. icon is always on, and subtitles remind you of the authors/title of the current talk

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One thing I like of people really getting the is that they hardly speak of specific tools, but of data models (the tools will come after). At now talking of what kind of graph to use (then adding that they can *also* be processed w/ Python )

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Kicking off with general introductions and with panel 1 on Archaeological stratigraphy data

I'll be tooting unlisted, though, and with a CW, to avoide noise in local/public timelines, but you can find my live-coverage if you check my profile

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The Archeo.FOSS 2022 conference is just about to start, on in , at Sapienza Univ. of Rome. You can follow online (like me) archeofoss.org/2022/
I'll do some live-coverage with hashtag

The 1st webinar of the 2nd series "Un ponte tra i due mondi: le discipline a vocazione storica e le DH" is starting now.
Title: "La paleografia e la codicologia"
Speakers: A. Campagnolo, N. Cannata, M. Signorini

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Check out the post-doc job post by @venicedph@twitter.com
Deadline: Sept. 22
Details: apps.unive.it/common2/file/dow
Topic: "Elaborazione di un modello per descrivere collezioni e documenti del patrimonio storico-artistico e letterario e sua integrazione nei servizi offerti da ILC4CLARIN"

In Autumn 2022 (Oct.-Dec.) the PAGES ERC Project will host the second cycle of the seminar series "Ricerche di filologia latina intorno al progetto ERC PAGES (AdG 2019 n° 882588)". Attendance in presence only. Programme: web.uniroma1.it/pages/sites/de

About that genius paper you have in your drawer (or that idea for a paper): why not publishing it in "magazén", the DH journal of the VeDPH? The topic for the 2023 volume is "Relations". Call for papers: edizionicafoscari.unive.it/it/ Deadline: Sept. 30

If you hold a BA and are looking for a MA in , have you considered applying to the one by the in Ca' Foscari Univ., Venice? Enrollment open in unive.it/pag/38475/

@paolomonella Playlist would include The Cranberries, much Battiato (including 70s experimental electronic), Somebody I Used To Know

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What if anything else fails? What alternative lives would you live, what paths would you follow -- among those you excluded at previous crossroads to follow your main life goals?

I just succeeded in showing (read-only) another person's on my Thunderbird/Lightning. Apple makes this simple task almost impossible. A nightmare, that took me the whole afternoon. I had to 1. create an account; 2. activate Calendar on that account by using an Apple device (!); 3. use a weird browser hack to find out the calendar URL. Contemporary tech is moving backwards, making harder and harder even in simplest cases (like sharing a calendar)

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