Here are ten things for the holiday season:
- Why terminology is like laundry.
- Digital asset management for museums.
- How to market the #*&! out of your digital asset management initiative.
- Open access data from the Metropolitan Museum of Art – nice post by my former colleague, Michael Barkin.
- To strip or not to strip – metadata, that is!
- Data modeling for graph databases.
- Listen to Dan Rosenberg discuss Digital Asset Management at Time Inc.
- Taxonomy as a superpower.
- A Project Gutenberg database for text mining.
- ConceptNet – an open, multilingual, knowledge graph.
Happy Thanksgiving from Mod Librarian and NYPL Digital Collections.
Here are ten more things:
- What are blockchains?
- Here is a comprehensive knowledge management knowledge bank.
- What is the true importance of metadata?
- Recording of the NJ DAM meetup about metadata automation.
- The niftiest data visualization for the MOMA exhibit Is Fashion Modern?
- I’m thrilled to be a panelist at the upcoming Digital Assets & Content Leadership Exchange where I’ll be discussing how to prepare for the evolution of DAM.
- Currently enamored with information design – here is a course on Coursera.
- Want to read about the librarians at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
- Another DAM Podcast with Jonathan Phillips of Starwood.
- Cataloging and the future of MARC.
BONUS: Hot off the virtual presses – Metadata Matters by John Horodyski
Here are ten things to kick off autumn, pumpkins:
- Deb Fanslow on Closing the DAM Expectation Gap.
- Another DAM Podcast talks to Mark Leslie from Adidas.
- Simplifying photo metadata.
- NYPL has a Katherine Hepburn collection.
- Edward Gorey’s Cabinet of Curiosities.
- More on photo organizing – the genealogical proof standard.
- This thesis by Espen Albert contains great information on accessing linked data.
- How will AI change search engines?
- One knowledge graph to rule them all.
- A nice little review of FRBR.
Here are 10 things to end the summer:
- Listen to the audio recording of the NYC DAM Meetup on AI and Automation.
- Using MeSH (Medical) subject headings in cataloging.
- Sign up for the Digital Asset Management Business Ontology Community Group.
- How to use DBpedia: a linked data case study about movies.
- Another great overview of taxonomies and why we love them.
- A beginner’s guide to natural language processing (NLP).
- Keywording Now by Henrik de Gyor available on Kindle.
- Ten books on machine learning.
- Why data partners should link their vocabulary to Wikidata.
- From Duke University Libraries, Squirlicorn, spirit guide of the digital repository.
Here are ten library and information-related things:
- 3D digitization at the Smithsonian – automation, metadata, and more.
- Why data partners should link to Wikidata.
- Know your DAM requirements.
- Tagging tech interview with Emily Kolvitz.
- Keywording alternatives for photography.
- Assessing the quality of automated metadata.
- How to put an effective metadata strategy in place.
- Why connected data is a game changer for financial services.
- National Archives universal electronic records management requirements.
- Conserving Darwin’s library.