I don’t think I’ve mentioned it here before but next week, I’m one of the keynote speakers at the BibleTech 2008 conference in Seattle.

While I’ve given talks a number of times about my Greek linguistics research, this will be the first time that I’ll get to talk about how I’ve used technology in that research.

I plan to give a history of the [MorphGNT] project and the various sub-projects I’ve worked on over the last fifteen years, covering the evolution of data models, text encoding, tool sets and more. I then want to talk about the opportunities that lie ahead and where I hope the work will go in the future, particularly given my collaboration with Ulrik Sandborg-Petersen.

originally published on jtauber.com