Lump me in with Chris Forster and Jeff Drouin, because I wanna talk about this sort of thing:
Reason v. Imagination in Long 18th C.
Yeah, so, I’ve been playing with this for the last couple hours; would love to hear other’s thoughts (here is one of my current favorites: bit.ly/h113wH ). The study (it’s free but requires registration, ug) accompanying the data is well worth reading and shows some of the interesting directions this data can be taken.
I am already hankering for a way to search for collocates in the bigram data; and since the data’s available that should be ([in]famous [last|first] words)) be possible…
I’m excited for this one, too… twitter’s abuzz with it, and it would be fun to bring the conversation into the scholar’s lab
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