10 Things on the 10th December: Clean Terminology, DAM, Stripping Metadata, Time

Here are ten things for the holiday season:

  1. Why terminology is like laundry.
  2. Digital asset management for museums.
  3. How to market the #*&! out of your digital asset management initiative.
  4. Open access data from the Metropolitan Museum of Art – nice post by my former colleague, Michael Barkin.
  5. To strip or not to strip – metadata, that is!
  6. Data modeling for graph databases.
  7. Listen to Dan Rosenberg discuss Digital Asset Management at Time Inc.
  8. Taxonomy as a superpower.
  9. A Project Gutenberg database for text mining.
  10. ConceptNet – an open, multilingual, knowledge graph.
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