Original term for DH: Humanities Computing

However, the field shifted to digital humanities in order move away from a machine/computer emphasis. Thus as we try to define DH it seems important to keep in mind that the way the field is talked about and understood is often in relation to the tension between humanism and machines. I am curious as to others opinions on this: do you think that the digital is, at times, downplayed for the sake of catering to humanism? This might not be the case currently, but given the texts I've read it seems that this initially was an issue until the field gained more support and interest.