Editing and Curating Online Beginning Again
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The complexity of natural language works, especially transinformational works, cannot be adequately represented by what has become the institutional standard for DH editorial projects, TEI. In that respect book technologies remain far superior to current digital tools in sustaining their reciprocal communicative action. Recent developments in graph database platforms suggest ways to accommodate the n-dimensionality of such work to the disambiguating inertia of digital tools.
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