Category Archive: computers and writing

A Loosing Battle

OK, all of us create typos, misplace punctuation (or omit it), and spell certain works idiosyncratically. Let’s face it: the “rules” of English do little to assist us and much to maintain confusion.… Continue reading

Jumping Into Process from a Dead Stop

Below is a talk I presented as part of a panel at the 2007 annual Computers and Writing conference help at Wayne State University from the 17th to the 20th of May. I… Continue reading

The Place Where We Dwell

For the last few days, I’ve been attending the 2007 Computers and Writing conference, held this year at Wayne State University in Detroit. The theme was “virtual urbanism,” a phrase taken from a… Continue reading

Professionals and the Public Sphere

Last month, I attended (for the first time) the annual Computers & Writing conference that was held, this year, at Texas Technical University in Lubbock. The conference was extremely useful to me (not… Continue reading