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Beyond the PDF?

While looking for something on this blog http://cameronneylon.net/category/blog/ (which I recommend in general), I stumbled on the fact that an interesting workshop recently took place entitled Beyond the PDF. The workshop goal is described as follows:

Open Data and corpora for (computational) linguistic research

I recommend this guest post by Nancy Ide over on the Open Knowledge Foundation Blog. Ide gives a brief history of the ANC, and describes issues pertaining to creative commons licensing and copyright that arise when textual data are repurposed for linguistic and computational linguistic research.

Copyright free language descriptions

Dear colleagues,

the Language Description Heritage project is slowly picking up steam and getting more and more content to be publicly available under a permissive license. Please check the announcement blog to see our current list of available works:

http://ldh.livingsources.org/archive/

We are currently going through out-of-copyright works from before 1935. If you happen to have any digital version of any such work lying around (and it is not yet available in the above-mentioned archive), then we would be happy to check the copyright, and make it available in the project.

Language Description Heritage (LDH) open access digital library

it is my pleasure to announce the Language Description Heritage (LDH) open access digital library, available online at

http://ldh.livingsources.org

The LDH is being compiled at the Max Planck Society in Germany, specifically at the MPI for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig in cooperation with the Max Planck Digital Library in Munich.

Language Description Heritage (LDH) open access digital library

Dear colleagues,

it is my pleasure to announce the Language Description Heritage (LDH) open access digital library, available online at

http://ldh.livingsources.org

The LDH is being compiled at the Max Planck Society in Germany, specifically at the MPI for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig in cooperation with the Max Planck Digital Library in Munich.

Language Description Heritage (LDH) Digital Library

Dear colleagues,

it is my pleasure to announce the Language Description Heritage (LDH) open access digital library, available online at

http://ldh.livingsources.org

The LDH is being compiled at the Max Planck Society in Germany, specifically at the MPI for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig in cooperation with the Max Planck Digital Library in Munich.

Strategic Technologies for Cyberinfrastructure (STCI) solicitation from NSF Office of Cyberinfrastructure

On January 26, the NSF Office of Cyberinfrastructure (OCI) announced its latest Strategic Technologies for Cyberinfrastructure (STCI) program solicitation, with target dates for full proposal submission of April 21 and August 5, 2010. The goal of the STCI program "is to support activities that lead to innovative cyberinfrastructure but are not currently funded by other programs or solicitations".

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