On Jul 21, 2009, at 6:27 AM, Tim McCormick wrote:
> I'm doing a project about using TEI for shared/social text
> annotation, for a
> Rare Book School class taught by David Seaman this summer.
> As background research, I'd like to collect a good list of precedent
> projects. That is, known examples of where TEI, or similar markup
> have been used in any of the following ways:
> 1) to allow annotation of one part of a text to be shared across other
> systems -- even across different types of systems, for the same text.
> 2) to allow citation linking to reliably reference a specific part
> of a text.
> 3) or more basically, just to do fine-grained labeling of a text,
> down to
> sentence or even word level.
If it's all kind of text then you may be surprised to see:
I don't think you can separate eBooks from web documents
in this regard. Unfortunately, the broader your scope the
more problems you'll have with spam.
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