I’m in Lyon, for the second seminar in our Bergen-Lyon exchange of researchers working with Digital Publishing and Reading: Challenges and Processes in Critical Editions and Reading Editions (Publication et lecture numÈriques: dÈfis et processus par l’Èdition critique et les activitÈs de lecture). I posted notes from the first meeting back in May

I’m thrilled to have a net connection. Yesterday I found some on streets outside people’s homes, but the net cafÈs in the guide book they had in the reception were shut, while the FNAC and it’s promised free wifi was closed because it was Sunday.

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