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Here are five things: Another DAM Podcast talks to Margie Foster. More from Margie Foster on User Adoption. OpenCypher and graph databases. Introducing internet era students to rare books. Why is structured content like your closet? Happy Thanksgiving!
Here are five more things: Getting a crash course in organizing information at Taxonomy Boot Camp. Another DAM Podcast talks to Frank DeCarlo about pre-media. What is search-based architecture? The Carl Sagan collection. Should libraries think more like entrepreneurs? BONUS: Use cases for graph databases.
Here are five interesting things: Do you have data anxiety? This article by John Horodyski can help. How did photo metadata become evidence in a case against a photographer? What is clean metadata and how to get it. Pitt Law Librarians Help Uncover Smoking Gun Evidence in Historic “Happy Birthday” Song Lawsuit. All about the… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: Data Anxiety, Clean Metadata and Metadata as Evidence
Here are five things: Another DAM Podcast interview with Jade Jourdan of Edwards Lifesciences. The taxonomy behind The Toast. A long and informative read on the sustainability of digitized special collections. Why your next big database decision may be a graph. Lots of buzz about the importance of cultural fit in hiring.