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Editors’ Choice: Highlights from a Year of DHNow

While taking stock of the year in Digital Humanities Now statistics for last week’s PressForward post, I made a list of some of the individual pieces that were well-received, much-discussed, or frequently-visited on our site in 2013. I’ve divided them into categories and listed them in reverse chronological order, rather than rank them. It’s hard to define and determine what might qualify as most popular, whether via twitter or comments or page views, and they are all so engaging and interesting. Who wants to choose?

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