Guilty as charged (till now anyway;)
Someone I was talking to about the idea of an open access Biblical Studies article repository asked the obvious question: "Have you pre- or post-printed your articles, Tim?
" The answer, typically for a raging P on the Myers Briggs
was "Uh, some...
". So I have spent some time putting a few more up (those previously online are already linked from my CV
- Tim Bulkeley, "Hypertext Bible Commentary and Encyclopaedia: a New Zealand-based international electronic publishing project", Stimulus, 2004, 12:3, 4348
- Tim Bulkeley, "Hypertext and Publication in Biblical Studies" SBL Forum http://sbl-site.org/Article.aspx?ArticleId=261], 2004
- Tim Bulkeley, "Form, Medium and Function: The Rhetorics and Poetics of Text and Hypertext in Humanities
Publishing", International Journal of the Book 1, 2003,
- Tim Bulkeley, 'Commentary beyond the Codex: Hypertext and the Art of Biblical Commentary' in Johann
Cook (ed.) Bible and Computer Leiden: Brill, 2002, 641-651