5 Things Thursday: EAD, Netflix, DAM, Cataloging

Here are five more things to intrigue and delight:

  1. How does Netflix create movie micro-genres? Reminds me of the video store I used to frequent with the category “Swords and Sandals.”
  2. David Ginsberg, who works on DAM for Warner Bros. and  other, shared his expertise like this perfect statement, “Just buying a DAM will not solve your asset management challenges – you also need to get your organization to use it!”
  3. What is speculative cataloging? And, can you imagine a librarian in 1870 facing challenges similar to those being faced today? Read more here.
  4. NISO releases draft of “Open Access and Metadata Indicators Recommended Practice.”
  5. Attend this webinar today! Beyond EAD: Tools for Creating and Editing EAC-CPF Records and ‘Remixing’ Archival Metadata” on 9 January from 1:00-2:30 p.m. EST

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