1. Mark-up Always the Wrong Tree?

    Almost a year ago I responded to a very interesting article in CL. The substance of the article is that we have to be careful when we annotate data lest we draw incorrect conclusions. In this post I'm going to take a more extreme position. It's not necessarily one I agree with 100%, but I think it's worth more than just a brief consideration. Proposition: mark-up is always a bad idea. That is: we should never be marking up data in ways that it's not "naturally" marked up. For instance, part-of-s
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