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Apps as Companions: How Quantified Self Apps Become Our Audience and Our Companions
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)
Self-tracking apps gather intimate information about our daily lives. Sometimes, they take the role of a confidante, an anthropomorphised companion we can trust. Humans have long confided in non-human companions, such as ...
Collocations and statistical analysis of n-grams: Multiword expressions in newspaper text
(John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2012)
Multiword expressions (MWEs) are words that co-occur so often that they are perceived as a linguistic unit. Since MWEs pervade natural language, their identification is pertinent for a range of tasks within lexicography, ...
Online Diaries and Blogs
(Indiana University Press, 2016)
Blogging Thoughts: Personal Publication as an Online Research Tool
(University of Oslo, 2002)
A discussion of scholarly blogging as a research methodology.
Mot en trebank for talespråk
(Novus forlag, 2008)
Osjlo! En undersøkelse av uttalen av sl-sekvenser i NoTa-korpuset
(Novus forlag, 2008)
‘Europe’ entre continent et vision politique : l’interprétation du nom propre modifié dans un corpus de discours politique
(Éditions de l'université de Savoie, 2013)
Les noms propres (ou toponymes) des pays et continents comme ‘France’ et ‘Europe’ sont des unités lexicales dont l’interprétation est particulièrement sensible aux facteurs contextuels, notamment la situation discursive ...
Norwegian bare singulars revisited
(The University of Bergen, 2017)
Borthen (2003) analyzed bare singulars in Norwegian. In this paper some of the claims made there are reexamined by searching in NorGramBank. The study provides new empirical support to the claims put forth in the earlier ...
The American Hypertext Novel and Whatever Became of It?
The chapter provides a brief history of experiments in the hypertext novel in America during the 1990s. The 1990 Eastgate publication of Michael Joyce’s Afternoon, A Story earned hypertext fiction a place within institutionalised ...
Posthyperfiction: Practices in Digital Textuality
By the turn of the millennium hypertext fiction was no longer the predominant form of digital writing produced by authors of electronic literature. In recent years, electronic poetry is more often produced than hypertext ...