Donut Age: America's Donut Magazine

Now appearing in print

Today I finally got my courtesy copy of DRH 2001 and 2002: Selected papers from the Digital Resources for the Humanities Conferences at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London in September 2001 and at Edinburgh University Library in September 2002 (whew!), on pages 57-70 of which one can read yours truly's paper on The Gromboolia Project. At the time I delivered the paper (2002), I still had high hopes that it would become my dissertation. Alas, it was not meant to be. The diss died, but Gromboolia lived on: it can be found on LinguaMOO (or login and @go Gromboolia), and if I can ever get Jan to give me more quota, I might even get around to finishing it. I still believe in the argument of this paper (and of the ill-fated dissertation), that MOOs have untapped potential as educational environments and are underappreciated as hypertext authoring systems.