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Hell's Printing Press is the collaborative blog of the Blake Archive (last featured in the 07-07-2017 Scout Report) and the Blake Quarterly and provides some great examples of how digital humanities tools can be used in English literature and history. Recent blog posts cover a wide array of topics such as XML markup of digitized manuscripts, video tutorials on how to use digital collections in the Blake Archive, and mirror-writing (reversed writing resembling ordinary writing reflected in a mirror) techniques to make handwritten text more legible. Blog posts usually follow a thought process going step-by-step, which is helpful for someone who is learning these technologies. Contributors to the blog include scholars and researchers from The University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill and the University of Rochester.
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Date of Scout Publication 2018-03-30
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2018/0330

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