No, there's nothing wrong with the network

Elaine Brennan & Allen Renear (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Mon, 24 Sep 90 18:10:31 EDT

Please do not be concerned that there have been no Humanist digests
posted since last Thursday, September 13. We have both been in Chicago,
attending a workshop at the University of Illinois, Chicago, sponsored
by the Text Encoding Initiative. This digest, in fact, is being brought
to you courtesy of telnet and the University of Illinois.

We thought we would be able to continue our editorial roles from here,
but Sperberg-McQueen and Burnard are working us so so hard we never got
the chance. Sorry for the resulting unannounced hiatus in Humanist

The workshop has been a terrific exhibition of the expressive power of
the TEI Guidelines, a feast of fascinating issues in the preparation and
use of machine readable texts. We'll each be posting more, and we
encourage the other participants to join us in posting impressions of
the weekend.

We would say more. But we should get this off before a network
connection goes down somewhere. We'll be back tomorrow.

>From the University of Illinois at Chicago,

Elaine Brennan
Allen Renear