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An Unexpected Discovery

In my last post,¬†Function over Form: understanding the TCP encoding philosophy,¬†I provided insights into the markup behind TCP texts, and discussed the philosophy behind why certain textual elements are captured and some are not. This post is primarily concerned with the discovery of a potentially unique version of a poem, found in one of our […]

Function over Form: understanding the TCP encoding philosophy

In my previous blog post “Meet a TCP Editor: Sarah Wingo” I noted that one of my favorite things about being a TCP editor is the way in which each text is like a puzzle in need of solving. This post will outline one of TCP’s basic rules for marking up text, and how that […]

Meet a TCP Editor: Sarah Wingo

My name is Sarah Wingo. I am in my second and final year at the University of Michigan’s School of Information (UM-SI) working on my master of science in information, and recently completed my third week as a part-time editor for the Text Creation Partnership (TCP). TCP is tucked away in a strip of the […]