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@[toc] ---------- # Library of Congress Residency 2017-2018 ---------- *“Contrary to what is generally believed, meaning and sense were never the same thing, meaning shows itself at once, direct, literal, explicit, enclosed in itself, univocal, if you like, while sense cannot stay still, it seethes with second, third and fourth senses, radiating out in different directions that divide and subdivide into branches and branchlets, until they disappear from view, the sense of every word is like a star hurling spring tides out into space, cosmic winds, magnetic perturbations, afflictions.”* ― José Saramago, All the Names In September of 2017, I began a 6 month term at the Library of Congress as Innovator-in-Residence. Over the coming months I will be developing ideas, building prototypes, interviewing Library staff, recording a podcast, and doing a lot of writing. This OSF Project will serve as a central repository for all of my notes and research materials. As the Library is a fundamentally public institution, I welcome feedback and contributions from anyone. Here are some ways to get in touch: e-mail: [jer@ocr.nyc](mailto:jer@ocr.nyc) secure e-mail: [jerthorp@protonmail.ch](mailto:jerthorp@protonmail.ch) Twitter: [@blprnt](http://twitter.com/blprnt) ## Research Materials Here are some [Miscellaneous Links & References][1] And a [Bibliography][2] ## Writing ## Media Media is available in this project in the Files section. I will post links here to any external media as needed. ## Code A GitHub repository with working code is [here](https://github.com/blprnt/loc). [1]: https://osf.io/b7e6w/wiki/Miscellaneous%20Links%20&%20References/ [2]: https://osf.io/b7e6w/wiki/Bibliography/
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