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  • Digi Scrap Blogs
    This is a community for any digi-scrappers or designers that have a blog on the web.

  • Pickleberry Blog Community
    This community is for people who are part of the pickleberrypop scrapping community. Join up to share news on your blogs and to help theblog fairy find you!

  • Digi Chick Bloggers
    A community of bloggers that frequent the digital scrapbooking community of The Digi Chick!

  • CommunitySurf: Pour la femme
    C'est pour la femme

  • cartoline_virtuali
    Cartoline virtuali che passione!!

  • Digital Arts Online
    Digital Arts Online is a community for creative people around the world, who have an Online Gallery with artworks created by themselves. The aim with this community is to make it easier for visitors, to jump from one site with a Graphic Gallery to another.

  • Cyber Art Webring
    We are a collection of websites about cyber art on the web. If you love art, especially digital art, and you want more people to see your web art, please join the Cyber Art Community. The whole idea is to make it easier to find your art and cyber art.

  • CommunitySurf: Digiscrapdivas
    This is a blog community for the designers and members of Digiscrapdivas.com.

  • Content Creator's Guild Member
    Where the Independent Vendors Are. Content Creator's Guild is the open community for artists who use digital content, and independent vendors that create digital content.

  • Post Production Edited Digital Photography
    A community for people to share their art with one another

  • Carrara
    This is the Community to integrate all Carrara users and communities!

  • Digital Arts Community
    Resources for digital artists

  • Texas Area Poser/Bryce User Group
    What started as a Houston Area user group (HAPBUG) has expanded to include all of Texas. If you live in Texas and use Poser and/or Bryce, then you're welcome to join our user group and the community. You must be a member of TAPBUG prior to joining the community.

  • Texas Dollers
    This community is dedicated to dollers/pixel artists who live in the state of Texas

  • IMVU Developers Community
    This community was created as a project for non-ranked (equal opportunity) mutual promotion of IMVU developers.

  • The Digital Age


    Digital Humanities or Humanities computing is the study of the intersection of computing and how it interlinks with the ideals of the Humanities. By investigating and analysing computer media we are able through Digital Humanities to compare how it is received within the disciplines of Humanities it’s self. The traditional disciplines of Art and Humanities such as Art, Philosophy, History, Linguistics and Music are researched by not only students but teachers alike so that they can report the computational analysis and electronic publication data through the mediums of visualisation and project design.


    The best way in layman’s terms to look at Digital Humanities, is to see it as the study of technology and how this new technology affects the ideals of knowledge. At this time the study of Digital Humanities still is not recognised by all and the results of the data collected, riddled with flaws make it problematic to say the least. The reason for this is that as humans we are naturally curious and unable to truly understand non-verbal knowledge bearing objects. This has been named in the field as “thing knowledge” by Davis Baird. Baird raises the point “How are knowledge-bearing objects going to be preserved for future generations?” Visual media such as documentaries, games and popular cultural multimedia are not recognised by the Literates as just entertainment. But the real truth behind this is that recognition of knowledge bearing objects is at crucial point and inevitable and urgent attention is required to make sure they are preserved before they are lost to us all.  


    To be able to work with Digital Humanities, you must be able to fully understand and have the abilities within the fields of; cultural/literary studies, new media, globalization, computational sciences and culture, GIS and cultural mapping, advanced visualization, media theory and Internet culture. It is about joining Technologists and Humanists together through interdisciplinary collaboration.


    But it must be understood that Digital Humanities is not a replacement for technical support.  It is not a support network that is used in conjunction FOR the other departments, but a support network that is used in conjunction WITH the other classic departments. The specialists who use Digital Humanities are researches who work and then publish their findings showing that both within computer science and the traditional disciplines ( linguists, literature, art, history and music to name just a few), that there is more to the internet just speeding up the researching Humanities, which provides us with a new light on the traditional ideals that we work with.


    When working with Digital Humanities common terms that you will come across is; interdisciplinary discipline, interactive research, software specific, standard and durable solutions, proprietary tools and computerphilologie.  


    Digital Humanities are a specialist part of the course within and under the Humanities banner. The study of Humanities computing is not for everybody as it is confusing, difficult and full of more questions than answers, also some Universities and traditionalists still do not recognize the study as being valid and of significant reason enough to study.