Here are 5 more things and happy Thanksgiving U.S. readers! Why automated image description technology still needs people (like me). How Netflix collected the most comprehensive movie/media information known to man. Who is W3C and how do they rule the web? What are reasonable expectations for a digital asset management system? Hint: it won't jump… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: Automated Image Description, DAM, W3C, Webinar, Netflix, Picturepark
This is such a cool tool. Retains copyright and photographer credit. And, what is my collie doing walking on the beach?
Hello, Here are yet another five things: Advanced Metadata "Snackinar" recording featuring David Riecks. Slideshare on Learning W3C Linked Data. Should we still care about Dublin Core? DAM LA is happening now. Watch this spot for interesting things... How to show related posts by taxonomy in WordPress. I should give this a shot...
Here are 5 more things: Criteria for shopping for an appropriate digital asset management system. NYPL explores "The Networked Catalog." Learn about new features in Viewshare visualization software. How digital asset management helps museums. A case study on the Portland Art Museum and Extensis Portfolio.
Oh, to be a fly on the wall at Taxonomy Bootcamp... The next best thing is a link to all the fabulous and thought-provoking presentations. Here you are with some highlights: Taxonomy Fundamentals Workshop with John Horodyski Talking About Taxonomies with Gary Carlson Taxonomy and Search with Mindy Carner Taxonomies in the Arts with David… Continue reading Special Edition: Taxonomy Bootcamp
Here are five things: Another great article about the value of metadata by John Horodyski. Digital asset management and metadata integration. Register right now for today's snackinar on Advanced Metadata for photos. DPLA is having a celebration of public domain content with a make your own GIF event. Are these cats librarians? If nothing else,… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: DAM, GIFs, Metadata, Cats