Here are five interesting things:
- Why librarians make perfect digital asset managers
- Cool DAM infographic
- Ted Ryan shows us around the Coca-Cola archives
- Erin Leach lobbies on behalf of library metadata
- Taxonomy versus controlled vocabulary
Here are five things including some great spring/summer events:
- Seattle taxonomists rejoice! Heather Hedden presents on Taxonomy Displays on April 28th.
- In NY, many fine speakers have been announced for DAM NY. Early bird ends tomorrow.
- In June at the SLA conference, a full day on taxonomy on June 13th.
- From David Riecks, Caption and Keywording Guidelines.
- Integrate your DAM, DAM is not an island.
Here are five more things for your enjoyment:
- Not for the faint of heart – the Chicago Tribune crime photo collection.
- Latest speakers confirmed for DAM New York – Home Box Office Inc, The Associated Press and Ford Foundation. Early Bird ends next Friday.
- Looking for metadata in all the wrong places.
- Another DAM Podcast interview with Rubyliza Gaba from Fossil.
- Finding a DAM system you can love.
Here are five amazing things:
- The Accidental Taxonomist, Heather Hedden on How to Find a Taxonomist.
- A learning course also by Heather Hedden – Practical Taxonomy Creation.
- The LAC Group reports LIS alternative career paths are expanding, including everything you always wanted to know about digital asset management.
- Wendy Ackland on Metadata, Controlled Vocabulary and your DAM.
- Seattle’s International District through the years in photos from the Seattle Municipal Archives.
Here are this week’s five things:
- Is your DAM secure? Henrik de Gyor asks some tough questions…
- David Diamond with astute DAM observations.
- Jeff Lawrence on the balance between cloud and in-house DAM.
- Need to classify some 3-D objects like quilts? Use Dublin Core.
- Nice digital finding aid for the NYPL Rare Book Division Comic Book Collection.