The Future of Digital Ogam: Potential Updates to the Unicode Ogham Block to Facilitate Modern Usage

We are grateful to Adrian Doyle for contributing another insightful guest blog this month. He is the creator of the Würzburg Irish Glosses website (wurzburg.ie) and is currently completing a PhD researching Natural Language Processing techniques for Old Irish at the University of Galway. He is a research associate at the Insight Centre for Data… Continue reading The Future of Digital Ogam: Potential Updates to the Unicode Ogham Block to Facilitate Modern Usage

The History of Digital Ogam: How it came to be, and the challenges it faced along the way; Guest blog by Adrian Doyle

We are grateful to Adrian Doyle for contributing a guest blog this month. He is the creator of the Würzburg Irish Glosses website (wurzburg.ie) and is currently completing a PhD researching Natural Language Processing techniques for Old Irish at the University of Galway. He is a research associate at the Insight Centre for Data Analytics… Continue reading The History of Digital Ogam: How it came to be, and the challenges it faced along the way; Guest blog by Adrian Doyle

Digital Ogam: Implementation and Implications; Guest blog by Adrian Doyle

We are grateful to Adrian Doyle for contributing a guest blog this month. He is the creator of the Würzburg Irish Glosses website (wurzburg.ie) and is currently completing a PhD researching Natural Language Processing techniques for Old Irish in NUIG. Adrian writes: The ogam script has existed for over one and a half thousand years.… Continue reading Digital Ogam: Implementation and Implications; Guest blog by Adrian Doyle