Thanks Luiy for this post the use of apis to create Big Data, connect public engagement with the DH projects is an area I am particularly interested in and passing on.
The connect between the scholars and the networks that engage with and help crowdsource and socially develop the digital assets and platforms deployed has surely got to be of major value going forward.
For arts Science Humanities can see so much potential here and great to have access to this knowhow.
The likes of Disqus et al are also still massively under-utilised I think but I bet if that hunch is wrong this community will be able to tell me why and where it is happening.
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