Here are ten things for our summer reading club:
- Check out the UCSB library of wax cylinder recordings.
- The incomparable Ralph Windsor on DAM and interoperability.
- A taxonomy of hipster coffee shop names.
- Many of the tips in this article by Emily Quan on improving DAM user adoption apply to any enterprise-level content system.
- This explanation of the DATS data tag set is useful for anyone trying to establish a data model.
- Grafter bills itself as industrial-strength linked data and RDF manufacturing.
- From the 2017 IA Summit: Bram Wessel “Was Nate Silver Wrong?“
- For a belated Independence Day offering, here is an interesting piece by NYPL archives.
- How taxonomy improves search at the Huffington Post.
- Finally, do you really need a graph database?