I'll shortly be delivering a talk on "Diritti digitali" (digital rights) for the G. Keplero high schools (Rome). Slides & materials are in paolomonella.it/keplero2022/ (unfortunately it's on Zoom, and closed-access). Hoping to raise their awareness on

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G. Michetti: people are key in information modernization processes

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G. Michetti: cultural metadata, later on, will become object of cultural interest in themselves

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Giovanni Michetti (archive studies professor at @SapienzaRoma@twitter.com) speaking now: there is no difference b/w data and metadata

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.@fedebadaloni@twitter.com: thinking that, to project a tech product, we need to know the 'technical part' of tech, is like thinking that, to project a wooden building, you need to know wood. It's necessary, but only the starting point

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.@fedebadaloni@twitter.com: technology is culture. It's not outside culture. Humanists have been thinking for too long that tech is none of their business // Well said!

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Federico Badaloni (head of User Experience Design and Graphic Design of GEDI Digital Division), information architect, speaking now: it's about designing relationships that will happen in online settings and will hit our senses

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I'll be live-tooting this webinar:

G. Michetti, (Sapienza) e F. Badaloni (GEDIsi), "Professioni e competenze per il patrimonio culturale digitale: come guardare agli scenari futuri", of series "Relazioni Digitali", with L. Moro and F. Tomasi

I'll use hashtag .

But I'll be tooting unlisted with CW "Live coverage of webinar", so if you want follow, check my personal profile

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A. Gallia now at @venicedph@twitter.com: The "Digital Storyteling Project" on polar exploration

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A. Gallia now at @venicedph@twitter.com: Digital tools to enhance historical documents for Public (Geo)History

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Arturo Gallia speaking now on (historical) maps as tools to arouse political reacions unive.it/data/16437/1/51835 @venicedph@twitter.com

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T. Orlandi (also replying my question): many scholars objected that should not be considered a plus for humanities scholar. Back then, just like today, there was no specific academic space for the

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R. Mercuri: only the most backwards scholars were really diffident agains the //

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I just asked: how was perceived (as a digital humanist) by the "traditional" humanists?

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Serena Sapegno remembering : attention to teaching, collaboration, methodological innovation and curiosity

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T. Orlandi remembering and the collaborations of and the @SapienzaRoma@twitter.com research group with (former) CIRCSE (Milan) and ILC-CNR (Pisa)

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T. Orlandi remembering : all early experiences in at @SapienzaRoma@twitter.com started in the (former) Dept. of Italian studies

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T. Orlandi remembering : civilization goes from analogic to arbitrary representations (hieroglyphic to alphabetic). The same should happen with IT, but "user-friendly" techs seem to go in the opposite direction

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T. Orlandi quoting : the best possible map would have a 1:1 scale. But such a map would be useless. The same applies with encoding/modelling: we have to select the information. But this affects the results of computation based on those models

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Tito Orlandi remembering : if a town had all cars of the same model/producer, this would not be good. We have the same oligopoly in IT today: Windows and Mac. Tech diversity is needed to build one's perspective, instead of reproducing the one imposed by Big Tech

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