Happy March! Here are 10 things on the 10th: Research Vocabularies Australia has some fantastic resources for controlled vocabulary. Classic Another DAM Blog - Ten Core Characteristics of Digital Asset Management: Is it really a DAM? Turn of the century art posters for downloading, courtesy of NYPL. The Library of Congress has courtroom drawings. Watch… Continue reading 10 ThingsThursday: DAM, Art Posters, Research, Metadata T-Shirts
Here is the first installment of the monthly 10 things on the 10th: How to choose a digital asset management (DAM) system. Complete beginner's guide to information architecture. Getting started with graph databases. Controlled vocabulary for DAM. Coloring book pages from special collections #ColorOurCollections. From Ralph Windsor: the stages of DAM consciousness. The ASI (American… Continue reading 10 Things on the 10th: DAM, Graph Databases, the AP and Metadata
Here are five things: Curious about the best digital asset management software? Read about an inspiring woman in tech: Alice Merchant. MedNexus is the place to go when you are feeling like a hypochondriac. Can a company like Target fail because of metadata? Smithsonian Libraries receives digitizing hidden special collections award.
Here are 5 wonderful things: David Bowie loved to read. More on that here. A commercial traveler's journals from the Penn Libraries special collections. Visual storytelling and digital asset management for adventure travel. Semantics is not search, but it can help. IPTC releases results of 2016 social media sites photo metadata test.
Here are five festive things: What to expect from digital asset management in 2016. Digital asset management round-up 2015. Another DAM Podcast interview with the talented team from Hopkins Press. Metadata Matters on Evaluating Metadata Standards. And, because I have been thinking about file naming.
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...).
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
Without further ado, 5 things: The importance of music metadata. Competencies for special collections professionals. Looking for maps? The Library of Congress has a ton. Do's and don'ts of corporate digital asset management. There is a Special Library Association DAM section!
And now, five things: Another DAM Podcast interview with Jennifer Veiga and Theresa Honig of American Media. Clean up your DAM. The strange history of the East Village's most famous street. What is metadata-driven design and how does it apply to mobile apps? How a collection of sci fi fanzines helps us understand life before… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: DAM, Fanzines and St. Marks Place
Here are five Fall things: When you think DAM, think integration says John Horodyski. How to deal with old digital assets at the end of the line. SEO: metadata can optimize search results. Cambridge University Library Special Collections has a Book of Magic. Yale University makes money on a Dutch bond in special collections.