Monthly Archives: January 2012

Scooter and the OHCO Model

DeRose, Durand, Mylonas, and Renear’s “What is Text, Really?” includes two key concepts. One is the idea that texts are really, fundamentally, their structures of content objects, and these structures are hierarchical. For example, the highest content object or container … Continue reading

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Note to “Journalists”: Heard of Lexis-Nexis?

In today’s breathless file, a release of documents purportedly from John McCain’s presidential campaign, a complete dossier on Mitt Romney. This is my favorite sentence: The extensive research on Romney’s business history includes many snippets and quotations from news stories … Continue reading

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