A comparative media studies class at MIT has published Des Imagistes, Ezra Pound’s out-of-print poetry anthology, as a website. And it’s sort of beautiful. (Bookslutty.)
I was going to post this, like three weeks ago! My prof Al Filreis blogged about it here.
We need more, more, more! I’m sick of the only electronic books being blah-as-blah Project Gutenberg text files or squeezed into a third of the screen and chopped into little bits by Google or Amazon. We need slick designs and new interfaces. Digital humanists, to arms!
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