As noted here a few weeks ago, there is a remarkable number of panels on Digital Technology and the Tools of the Trade at the 26e Congrès international de papyrologie, which takes place this week in Geneva, Switzerland. Earlier this week I wrote to both the Digital Classicist and Papyrology lists asking if anyone was planning to blog or live-tweet these sessions. So far all that I’ve come across is:
- Alexandra Trachsel has reported on two papers on geographic databases and papyrology at her blog “Travelling with Demetrios of Skepsis”
- Tom Elliott tweeted earlier today that the SoSOL demo received a warm reception
If anyone else has or intends to blog the conference, or has notes on any of the technology sessions that could be turned into a short report, please post a link in the comments or get in touch.