Monthly Archives: March 2018

The Machines Are Learning (and So Are We)

  “Whatever else they simulate” writes Dr. Steven E. Jones (who also happens to be our professor for the Digital Humanities course), “video games necessarily simulate the relation between human and computer.”  Dr. Jones contends that games provide a vital … Continue reading

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Baseball, Veterans, and the Hovercar

I’ve decided what my final project will be for the Digital Humanities course.  It’s call the Baseball VFW Project. From World War I through Vietnam, Major League Baseball players left their chosen profession to serve their country.  The Baseball VFW … Continue reading

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