Yes, I have a suit. On 8 May at the National Library of Australia I gave my suit an outing as I delivered my Harold White Fellowship presentation. Thanks to everyone who came along.

If you missed it or want to relive the fun, the NLA has made a podcast available. My slides are also online, so you can follow along for the full audio-visual-not-quite-3D experience.

Use your arrow keys to navigate through the slides, and yes the first page is intentionally left blank. If you linger for a bit on slide two or three, you’ll see the Trove API in action. The presentation itself was constructed using deck.js.

The slides also include links to lots of different examples and demos, and introduce my new favourite plaything. I don’t really know what to call it yet, or what it’s actually for, but it makes me happy, and it makes me think. TF-IDF FTW. I’ll write up some more details shortly.

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