This podcast is quite old but well worth listening to if you are interested in getting started in the digital humanities. Jeremy Boggs is the Humanities Design Architect at UVa’s SchaolarsLab. In the recording of the presentation linked to in the blog post below, Jeremy talks about his experiences working on digital projects an in the design of digital tools for humanities scholarship. The driving force in digital humanities work, similar to that in open source software development, is to ‘scratch an itch’. Check out their blog and iTunes for other interesting podcasts.