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This is Spinal Tap Poster

Source : Wikipedia

In ancient times
Hundreds of years before the dawn of history
Lived and ancient race of people
The Druids
No one knows who they were
Or what they were doing
But their legacy remains
Hewn into the living rock of Stonehenge

Stonehenge
Where the demons dwell
Where the banshees live and they do live well
Stonehenge
Where a man is a man
And the children dance to the pipes of Pan

And you my love won’t you take my hand
We’ll go back in time to that mystic land
Where the dew drops cry
And the cats meow
I will take you there
I will show you how

And oh how they danced
The living children of Stonehenge
Beneath the haunted moon
For fear that daybreak may come too soon

Reiner, Rob (1984). « Stonehenge », This is Spın̈al Tap, music and lyrics by Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, Harry Shearer and Rob Reiner, DVD video, color, 2 min. 47 sec. (82 min.).

Stéphane Thibault >_

Day of DH, March 18, 2010

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Today, March 18 2010, marks the second annual Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities. As you may have already seen from a few earlier posts, I’ll be participating all day in this event which basically consists of keeping an online diary of the events of this day, in order to gather data as to what constitutes a typical work day for researchers in the field of the Digital Humanities. Some of these posts may appear a little more trivial than usual today but simply bear with me as this is all done in the interest of science !

Interested in gathering my own data set from this event, I will be cross posting the more significative articles on this site and on my official Day of DH blog. Those of you interested in following this event can also check out the master blog of all official participant’s entries.

My apologies to the organization if I decided to use last years’s logo on my personal website but in all fairness, it was much better that this years’…