Here are five amazing things: From GatherContent, the brilliant Content Strategy Advent Calendar. Christmas trees made out of books. The Incluseum's new metadata schema. What can you tell from cell phone metadata? Read about implementing a DAM for the Royal Pavilion & Museums by Kevin Bacon (a different Kevin Bacon...).
We're crazy for slide shows this week at Mod Librarian. Here are five things: Amazing slides from Val Swisher on the crossroad of controlled vocabulary - taxonomy and terminology. Reminder to check out Tim Strehle's fabulous resource PlanetDAM. The art and science of developing an enterprise content strategy. More great slides from Pip Willcox on… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: PlanetDAM, Content Strategy, Taxonomy and Terminology
Here are five more amazing things: Want to know how to create a controlled vocabulary? Why your digital asset management system needs a manager. The Scottish Screen Archive. Beware the Applebot. Check out this lovely Edward S. Curtis digital collection at The Seattle Public Library with some unique letters, photos and more.
Here are five more intriguing things: A new post from Heather Hedden who gave a rousing taxonomy talk in Seattle this week - Trends in Hierarchical Taxonomy Displays. Don't lose assets in your digital asset management system. An oldie, but goodie from Boxes and Arrows on creating a controlled vocabulary. Things to consider when migrating… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: Accidental Taxonomist, Controlled Vocabulary, and DAM
Here are five more things: Insightful post regarding DAM salaries and librarians by Lisa Grimm. Implementing a controlled vocabulary in Adobe Lightroom. Awesome Henry Stewart DAM sessions recorded here. What about the world's best public library from a design perspective? Another DAM Podcast with advertising DAM guru Jamie Litchfield.
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… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: Upcoming Events, DAM, Keywords