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William F. Endres


University of Oklahoma
Department of English
Norman, OK 73019-2055
bill.endres@ou.edu


Education  |  Grants  |  Digital Works, Publications & Work in Progress
Presentations  |  Teaching Experience  |  Professional Experience
Service  |  PhD, MA & Honors Committees  |  Professional Memberships  


Education

Doctor of Philosophy - May 2008
Rhetoric, Composition and Linguistics
Department of English, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

Dissertation: "Rhetorical Invention in the Book of Kells: Decoration and Images on Their Flight to Meaning"

Committee: Dr. Sharon Crowley (Chair), Dr. Maureen Daly Goggin, and Dr. Rosalynn Voaden

Master of Arts - May 1993
Writing of Poetry
Department of English, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH

Master of Liberal Studies - June 1990
Studies in Human Creativity & Poetry
Department of Comparative Studies, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

Thesis: "Time and the Creation of Consciousness in the Poetry of Jalaludin Rumi"

Committee: Dr. Marilyn Waldman (Chair), Dr. Richard Davis, and Dr. David Citino


Grants

Junior Faculty Fellowship, University of Oklahoma. Summer support for book project: Digitizing Manuscripts: Materiality, Methods, and Ethics in 2D and 3D and funding for travel to England to present at the International Medieval Congress (Leeds) and acquire further historical photographs of the St Chad Gospels (2017).

West Semitic Research Project, University of Southern California. Training in Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) and loan of equipment for project that included St Chad Gospels at Lichfield Cathedral, early Christian stone carvings in Ireland, and medieval manuscripts and fragments at the National Library of Wales (2014).

Mini-Grant, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Kentucky. Support Reflectance Transformation Imaging of the 8th-century St Chad Gospels, Lichfield Cathedral, England; collection of 15th-century manuscripts and fragments, National Library of Wales; and ancient Christian stone carvings, Ireland (2014).

Foreign Travel Award, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Kentucky. Present paper on Reflectance Transformation Imaging at the Digital Humanities Congress at Sheffield, England (2014).

Foreign Travel Award, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Kentucky. Present paper on 3D from work with St Chad Gospels at the Digital Humanities Congress at Sheffield, England (2012).

College Research Activity Award, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Kentucky. Present preliminary results from digitizing the St Chad Gospels at Lichfield Cathedral, England (2011).

Summer Research Fellowship, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Kentucky. Digitize the St Chad Gospels and Wycliffe New Testament, Lichfield Cathedral, England (2010).

Mini-Grant, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Kentucky. Digitize the St Chad Gospels and Wycliffe New Testament, Lichfield Cathedral, England (2010).


Digital Works, Publications & Work in Progress

Digital Works

Creative Commons Download: For my 2010 digitization, the Chapter of Lichfield Cathedral generously granted Creative Commons licensing for the multispectral imaging of the St Chad Gospels and the Cathedral's Wycliffe New Testament. However, because of irregularities, I needed to make adjustments so that the images represented the manuscripts as accurately as possible. The results are now available. They can be downloaded while viewing any individual page from the Gallery or through CC Downloads on the menu for each manuscript: St Chad Gospels or Wycliffe New Testament.

Interactive RTI Renderings. Enhanced specular views of sixteen pages of the St Chad Gospels, providing interactive lighting adjustment and magnification (October 2014). RTI is exceptional for capturing difficult to see dry-point writing and the state of pigment. See "Labor of Love: UK Professor Continues Work to Digitize 1,300-Year-Old St Chad Gosples" by Heather Chapman.

Collation Diagrams, St Chad Gospels: These diagrams are based on Roger Powell's work from 1961-'62 when he flattened the pages and rebound the St Chad Gospels. Visualizations created on Oct 23, 2016, using VisColl, Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies Collation Modeler.

Historical Image Overlays. Provides images taken over the last 125 years for nine of the pages of the St Chad Gospels, beginning with images from 1887. Changes can be observed by overlying any two images for a page and adjusting the top image's transparency with the viewer's slidebar. you can observe how a page of the St Chad Gospels is aging. D-Lib Magazine (May/June 2014) invited me to write a short piece about the Historical Image Overlays for their In BriefHistorical Image Overlays - (January 2014).

Interactive 3D Renderings. WebGL-based renderings for sixteen pages of the St Chad Gospels, including Chi-Rho, portrait pages, incipits, and cross-carpet page. Renderings are high resolution and include features such as rotating a rendering around any point on a page; making annotations; measuring any feature; and generating a URL for any position into which a page is rotated (May 2013).

Multispectral Visualizations. Thirty-two multispectral visualizations, offering enhanced viewing of a possibly erased area on page 141. Page 141 has intrigued scholars for years. It contains the oldest surviving Old Welsh writing. If this is an erasure, any recovered text might provide significant information about the early years of the St Chad Gospels in Wales. Multispectral visualizations generate a single image from a set of images taken using different bands of light. The images are ordered by wavelength and values calculated across the images for each pixel. Using various formulas for different visualizations, variances are calculated and assigned to each pixel and a single image generated. a colormap is applied to enhance ocular contrast, providing a rather dramatic flare. (October 2013).

Manuscripts of Lichfield Cathedral. Digital online version of RGB & multispectral images of Lichfield Cathedral's St Chad Gospels and Wycliffe New Testament. Includes viewer that allows the overlay of any two images taken for a page, from RGB to ultrviolet to infrared, with a slidebar to adjust transparency of the top image (Aug 2012). This website results from the multispectral imaging project I led in 2010. My efforts included working out the contract; developing and approving all key photographic decisions; imaging; and completing final processing. Furthermore, because ultraviolet light damages vellum, during the digitization, I worked with the conservator and presented scholarly reasons for ultraviolet imaging of pages when the manuscript was open and we could discuss a page's merits. (June 2010). See The Chronicle of Higher Education (5 Dec 2010). See 21st Century Imaging Helps Scholars Reveal Rare 8th-Century Manuscript by Jennifer Howard.

Videos

The St Chad Gospels: Potentials for 3D in the Study of Manuscripts, (Nov 2012).

The St Chad Gospels: Reflectance Transformation Imaging and Dry-Point Glosses, (Mar 2015).

Books

Digitizing Manuscripts: Materiality, Methods and Ethics in 2D and 3D Imaging (under review, Arc Humanities Press).

The St Chad Gospels: Its Images, Text, and Textuality (in progress).

Articles

"The Ethics of Serendipity: Rare Events and the Need to Act” in Serendipity in Rhetoric, Writing, and Literacy Research, edited by Peter Goggin and Maureen Daly Goggin. Utah State University Press, 2018.

"Oh Lord, make haste to help me: Prayer and Imagery Atop Canon Table II in the Book of Kells” in An Insular Odyssey: Manuscript Culture in Early Christian Ireland and Beyond, edited by edited by Rachel Moss, Felicity O'Mahony, and Jane Maxwell. Dublin: Four Court Press, 2017.

"A Literacy of Building: Making in the Digital Humanities" in Making Things and Drawing Boundaries: Experiments in the Digital Humanities, Debates in the Digital Humanities Series, ed. Jentery Sayer. University of Minnesota Press, 2017.

"Ligatures and the Question of Scribes for the St Chad Gospels,” Manuscripta 59.2 (2015): 159-86.

"Imaging Sacred Artifacts: Ethics and the Digitizing of Lichfield Cathedral's St Chad Gospels" in Journal of Religion, Media & Digital Culture 3:3 (December, 2014) 39-73.

"More than Meets the Eye: Going 3D with an Early Medieval Manuscript" in Proceedings of the Digital Humanities Congress 2012, ed. Clare Mills, Michael Pidd and Esther Ward, University fo Sheffield, March 2014.

"The Turn-in-the-Path Imagery in the Book of Kells: Lost Practices for Managing Difficulties in Textual Layout for Bookmaking,” The International Journal of the Book 7.3 (2010): 119-130.

"Communicative Strategies for Administrative Practices: Evaluating Weblogs, Their Benefits and Uses", WPA: Writing Program Administration (Spring 2006): 85-106.

"Digitally Across Time: Assessing the Aging of an Early Medieval Manuscript Through Historical Photographs," (submitted to Festschrift for Kevin Kiernan).

"Photography as Art Scholarship" (in progress).

"From Run-Over to Turn-in-the-Path: An Insular Genealogy of Holy Writ and Spoken Word" (in progress).

"Invention as a Rhetorical Ends: Uses of Animal Imagery in the Book of Kells" (in progress).


Creative Work

Poems

"Headlines." Poets for Peace, 2003.
"Nativity Scene." Artful Dodge, 2000.
"Lost Culture." Fledgling, 1997.
5 Haiku. Japanophile, 1991.
"The Flight." the And Review, 1990.

Online Journals

The Plug & Play Review, founding editor, 2000-2002.


Interviews

"A Digital Aperitif." Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technolog, and Pedagogy, vol 18.1 (Fall 2013).

"Digitizing the Past," WUKY, November 2012.


Presentations (selected)

International Keynotes/Invited Talks/Conference Presentations

"Color Literacy: What Every Medievalist Should Know." International Medieval Congress, Leeds, England, 2017.

"Digital Skin: Sensory Experiences of Digital Manuscripts II." International Medieval Congress, Leeds, England, 2017.

"eManuscripts: Digital Humanities and Medieval Studies." International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, 2017.

“Transforming What Can Be Known: Comparing Digitized Historical Photographs for Cultural Heritage.” DH 2017, Montreal, Canada, 2017 (paper accepted but I was unable to attend).

"Intrigues & Revelations: Digitizing the St Chad Gospels." Keynote, International Calligraphy and Lettering Arts Society, Lichfield, England, 2016.

"OVAL: A Virtual Ecosystem for Immersive Scholarship and Teaching." Digital History & Philosophy of Science Conference, Norman, OK, 2016.

"OVAL: A Virtual Ecosystem for Immersive Scholarship and Teaching" (with Matt Cook & Will Kurlinkus). DH 2016, Krakow, Poland, 2016.

"Transformed Materiality: Advanced Imaging Techniques and the Study of Medieval Manuscripts." International Medieval Congress, Leeds, England, 2016.

"Beyond 2D: Representing the Materiality of Medieval Manuscripts." International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, 2016.

"Digitally Across Time: Learning from 125 Years of Photographs of the St Chad Gospels." Invited speaker, The Wandering Word: The Travels of Insular Manuscripts, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, 2016.

Demonstration: Reflectance Transformation Imaging, National Library of Wales, UK, 2015.

"Reflectance Transformation Imaging as an Argument against Mass Digitization of Medieval Manuscripts." National Library of Wales, UK, 2015.

"O Lord, Make Haste To Help Me: The Complex Interplay of Image and Text in Early Medieval Manuscripts." International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, 2015.

“Knowledge in Surface Details: Reflectance Transformation Imaging for Studying and Preserving Medieval Manuscripts.” Digital Humanities Congress, Sheffield, England, 2014.

The St Chad Gospels Across Time: Findings from 125 Years of Images." Lichfield Cathedral, England, July 2014.

The St Chad Gospels: Potentials for 3D in the Study of Manuscripts. Video presentation, Digital Transformation Moot, London, England, Nov 2012.

"More than Meets the Eye: Going 3D with an Early Medieval Manuscript." Digital Humanities Congress, Sheffield, England, September 2012.

The St Chad Gospels: Multispectral Imaging and Latest Research.” Lichfield Cathedral, Lichfield, England, Aug 2011.

“The Book of Kells’ Turn-in-the-Path Imagery: Managing the Difficulties and Uncertainties of Craft.” 7th International Conference on the Book, Edinburgh, Scotland, October 2009.


National Keynotes/Invited Talks/Conference Presentations

"Digitally Across Time: Generating Knowledge from 125 Years of Photography for the St Chad Gospels." Invited speaker, 9th Annual Lawrence J. Schoenberg Symposium on Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age, University of Pennsylvania, 2016.

“Conditioned by Textual Remediation: Interactive Digital Technologies for Expanding Rhetorical Inquiry & Expression.” Rhetoric Society of America, Atlanta, GA, 2016.

"Echoes and Light: Understanding Multimodal Composing through the Art of Illumination." Conference on College Composition and Communication, Tampa, FL, 2015 (Accepted).

"Fertile Borders: The Visual Rhetoric of Steampunk." Rhetoric Society of America, San Antonio, TX, May 2014.

"Speaking Up, Speaking Out: Pedagogy as Open Forum." Papers Please: Theorizing Border Discourses after Arizona House Bill 2281 & Senate Bill 1070, Tucson, AZ, September 2013.

“Invention as a Rhetorical Ends: The Christian Middle Ages and Animal Imagery in the Book of Kells.” Rhetoric Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, May 2010.

“Dreaming in Sound and Color: Learning from Scholarship on Visuals in Composition Studies and Communication.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Louisville, KY, March 2010.

"The Trix Rabbit as an Object of Thought: Thinking with Images for Composing with Images." Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Francisco, CA, March 2009.

"Strategies for the Rhetorical Invention of Images in the Book of Kells." Conference on College Composition and Communication, New Orleans, LA, March 2008.

"Invention and Identity in Decorative Art: Uses of Interlace to Portray Monastic Identity in Illuminated Manuscripts and How It Can Help Your Students." Conference on College Composition and Communication, New York, NY, March 2007.

"Re-Theorizing Composing: What Multimedia Compositions Show Us about the Symbolic Work of Composers." Computers and Writing Conference, Lubbock, TX, May 2006.

"The Rhetoric of Decorative Art: The Structuring Structures of Interlace in the Book of Kells." Research Forum at the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Chicago, IL, March 2006.

"Power Dynamics and Collaboration in MOO Space: Let's Try a Little Politeness Theory." Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Francisco, CA, March 2005.

"Rethinking What It Means to Compose: Effects of Students' Use of New Multimedia Software on the Teaching of Writing." Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Antonio, TX, March 2004.

"Walking the Black Cat of Baudrillard: A Meditation on the Surface of Writing." Conference on College Composition and Communication, New York City, NY, March 2003.


Regional Conferences

“The Devil Is in the Details: Reflectance Transformation Imaging for Discovery and Preservation.” Digital Humanities Symposium, Oklahoma State University, 2018.

“The St Chad Gospels: Imagery as Gateway Knowledge into the Text.” The Science of Parchment Symposium, University of Oklahoma, 2017.

"DH & Medieval Studies: Leveraging Open-Source Software & Online Collections." University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK, 2017.

“Digitizing Vellum: Discoveries in 2D and 3D.” The Science of Parchment Symposium, University of Oklahoma, 2017.

"Digitizing the St Chad Gospels: Intriques and Revelations." Medieval Fair, Norman, OK, 2016.

"Digitizing the St Chad Gospels: Beyond 2D." Digital Humanities @ OU Day, University of Oklahoma, 2015.

"The Witness of the Book of Kells: Ancient Myth and Practice as Cognitive Theory.” Presentation. Cognitive Science Symposium, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, April 2009.

"Not Paying Attention to Technology and Literacy: The Institutional Privileges and Power of Specialization in English Departments." Western States Rhetoric and Literacy Conference, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, October 2004.

"What Was That You Said Last Week?: The Power of Integrating MOO Transcripts into Peer Review & Revision." Poster Session. Spring Conference, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ March 2003 .

"Reading Poetry and Fiction and Discussing Both." Chair. Spring Conference, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ March 2002 .

"Promoting Teaching and Learning at a Research University." Respondent. Spring Conference, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ March 2001 .


University Presentations

“Far from the Odd Couple: Medieval Manuscripts and Math.” Applied Mathematics Symposium, University of Oklahoma, 2018.

“The St Chad Gospels: Digital Methods to Honor Its Religious Community and Promote Good Research.” Inaugural College of Arts & Sciences Data Colloquium, University of Oklahoma, 2017.

“The St Chad Gospels: Manuscripts and Their Organization of Knowledge.” Invited talk in Dr. Kerry Magruder’s History of the Book graduate seminar, University of Oklahoma, 2017.

"ImageJ: A Tool for Image Processing and Analysis." Brown Bag, Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Oklahoma, 2016.

"From Material to Digital: Advanced Imagining Technologies and Representing Medeival Manuscripts." Brown Bag Colloquium, History of Science, University of Oklahoma, 2015.

"Imaging the St Chad Gospels." Presentation. Vis Center Building Dedication & Open House, University of Kentucky, 2011.

Emboldened Images: The Rhetoric of Illumination in the St Chad Gospels.” University of Tampa, Tampa, FL, May 2011.

"Historical Context and Latin/Middle English Transcriptions of the St Chad Gospels and Wycliffe New Testament." Presentation. Students from Furman University (Vis Center), University of Kentucky, 2011.

"Historic Context of the St Chad Gospels and Multi-Disciplinary Research." Presentation. Undergraduate Research Program (Vis Center), University of Kentucky, 2011.

"Strategies for Writing Documents in Computer Science: Organization, Meaning, and Precision." Workshop. Senior Design Class (CS 499/Spring), University of Kentucky, 2011.

"Elements of Design for Web Pages." Presentation/Workshop. Senior Design Class (CS 499/Spring), University of Kentucky, 2011.

"Avoiding Grammatical Indigestion: Grammar as Generative vs. Governing." Presentation/Workshop on integrating grammar and punctuation into the teaching of writing. TA training. Writing Program, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 2010.

"Writing Letters of Recommendation." Presentation (with Judy Goldsmith). Systems Novelties Seminar (CS/Spring), University of Kentucky, 2010.

"Technical Writing Strategies." Presentation/Workshop. Senior Design Class (CE 429/Spring), University of Kentucky, 2010.

Faculty presentation of digitization of the St Chad Gospels and Wycliffe New Testament. College of Arts & Science’s Hall of Fame, University of Kentucky, 2010.

"How To Give a Technical Talk: Visuals and Presenting Style." Presentation. Systems Novelties Seminar (CS/Fall), University of Kentucky, 2010.

"Elements of Design for Presentations." Workshop. Senior Design Class (CE 429/Spring), University of Kentucky, 2009.

"Understanding Cognitive Theory through Ancient Practices of Image Use in the Book of Kells." Presentation. Intro to Cognitive Science (CGS 500), University of Kentucky, 2009.

"Analyzing Technical Writing to Uncover Writing Strategies: Writing the Thesis." Presentation/Workshop. Graduate Seminar in Artificial Intelligence (CS 686), University of Kentucky, 2008.

"The Trix Rabbit as an Object of Thought: New Media and Invention." Scholarly Talk. Department of English’s Research Colloquium, University of Kentucky, 2008.

"Turning Teaching Experiences into Community Knowledge." Presentation to and discussion facilitator for new teaching assistants, University of Arizona, 2007.


Teaching Experience (Selected Courses Taught)

University of Oklahoma:
Rhetoric & Technology: A Crisis of Knowledge-Space
The Digital Turn in Rhetoric, Writing & Literacy (ENGL 5403)
The Age of Visual Wonder: Illuminated Manuscripts (ENGL 4593)
Authoring in the Information Age (ENGL 3183)
Imagining a New Beyond: Rhetoric, Writing & Technology (ENGL 3173)


University of Kentucky
Composition for teachers (ENGL 609)
Visual Rhetoric (ENGL 572)
Technical writing (ENGL 204)

Composing with Word and Image (ENGL 401)

 


Professional Experience

Member, Advisory Board, MyCompLab, Pearson Education (2007-2010).
Duties: review MyCompLab, an integrated online composing environment, and offer suggestions for major redesign.

Manager of Technical Writing, Tucson Unified School District (1997-98).
Duties: manage workflow; supervise staff; write and updated on-line documentation and manuals for software developed by the District; develop conventions and standards for documentation; write updates and reports for the School Board; create and maintain TUSD's web site and intranet.

Operations Team, Computer Support, Antarctic Support Associates (1993-94).
Duties: coordinate information within Willy Field Airfield (Skiway) from the National Science Foundation, Navy and Antarctic Support Associates; maintain computer system; complete management reports; operate heavy equipment when necessary (basically any and all tasks related to the smooth operation of Williams Field Ski Runway, Antarctica).

 


Department & University Service

Member, Academic Computing Committee (University-wide Committee)
Duties: establish priorities for future development, change, and enhancement in the enterprise-wide research, high performance, and instructional computing areas. (University of Kentucky, 2010-Present)


Member, Executive Committee, (Dept of English)
Duties: advise the Chair on matters of department administration, policy, and procedure; act on behalf of the Department in matters of emergency that arise in the intervals between regular academic semesters. (University of Kentucky, 2009-2011)

Member, Faculty Advisory Board for Proposed Presentation Studio (College of Engineering)
Duties: work with colleagues in the College of Engineering and College of Communications to design and build a presentation studio and integrate its use into the curriculum for engineering students. (University of Kentucky, 2010)

Member, Search Committee (Division of Writing, Rhetoric, & Digital Media)
Duties:review applicant materials, interview potential candidates at MLA, and make recommendations for hires of two associate or assistant professors in the area of rhetoric and composition. (University of Kentucky, 2009-2010)

Chair, Vetting Team: Composition & Communication I and Composition & Communication II, ( University-wide Committee)
Duties:chair committee tasked with the responsibility of reviewing new courses for Composition and Communication I & II to insure that they satisfy the learning outcomes for the revised General Education Curriculum; report results to the Faculty Senate. (University of Kentucky, 2009-2010)

Member, General Education Faculty Curricular Team, Writing I , (University-wide Committee)
Duties:generate a statement of learning outcomes and delivery model for a first-year writing course as part of a new proposal for General Education reform. (University of Kentucky, 2009).

Co-Leader, Curriculum Development Committee on the Image and Writing, (Writing Program)
Duties:recommend readings, facilitate discussion, and aid in administering the committee. (University of Kentucky, 2008-2009)

Member, Curriculum Working Group, (Writing Program)
Duties: revise curriculum for first-year composition sequence. (Univeristy of Arizona, 2004-05)

Member, Futures Committee (Department of English)
Duties: review technological needs of and issues facing the department; guide decisions related to new technologies. (Univeristy of Arizona, 1999-2000)

Member, Search Committee (College of Humanities)
Duties: review applicant materials, interview potential candidates, and make recommendations for the hiring of a principle research computing specialist to oversee and manage the instructional computing environment in the College of Humanities. (Univeristy of Arizona, 1999)


Service on PhD, MA, and BA Committees

Member, PhD Committee (English): Kevin Ashenbach, "Schism, Sects and Shakespeare: Hermeneutical Conflicts in Early Modern Theater," University of Oklahoma (2017-present).

Member, PhD Committee (English): Jason Opheim, "Happiness Theory, Rhetoric, Writing, and Literacy," University of Oklahoma (2017-present).

Member, PhD Committee (Computer Science): Chenguang Xu, "Visualization," University of Oklahoma (2017-present).

Chair, Gaines Fellowship BA Thesis (English): Bailey Johnson, "Escribir Madrid: One American's Poetic Journey through Spain's Capital," University of Kentucky (2011).

Member, MA Thesis (English): Magaret Wells, "A New Way of Living: Bioeconomic Models in Post-Apocalyptic Dystopias," University of Kentucky (2013).

Member, MA Thesis (Computer Science): Arthur Hall III, "A-mazing Robo-maze," University of Kentucky (2011).

Member, MA Exam (English): Scotty Adkins, focus: masculinity in literature, as shaped and performed in relation to race and class, University of Kentucky (2011).

Member, MA Thesis (English): Stan Heaton, “Cyborg Cinema: Star Wars, Myth, and the American Vietnam Experience,” University of Kentucky (2010).

Member, MA Thesis (English): Lauren Matthews, "King Philip: His Journey from Heathen Savage to Tragic Hero in the American Imagination," Univeristy of Kentucky (2010).


Professional Memberships

Medieval Academy
Association for Computers and the Humanities
Rhetoric Society of America
American Society for the History of Rhetoric


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