Monthly Archive: May 2014
The to-do list now fits on a page. Of course, I have to actualize here and there, add and strike and add and strike regularly. But all in all, it fits on one A5 page: 2 volumes, 3 papers, 1 grant application.
In an earlier post, I gave a summary of what I then intended to talk about in the paper I gave at the conference on Data Modeling in Digital Editions of Letters that I organized with Anna Busch last week. While writing the paper, my thoughts drifted in another direction than...
Who would have thought that it would take me such inner energy to settle on an acronym for my ERC proposal? Certainly not me two months, when everything had to be written and all I had was an acronym and a title.