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 are five things plus: Really sound advice in Another DAM Podcast's interview with Bryan Cohen from Pfizer. How to conduct a card sorting study from Designmodo and Smashing Magazine. The graph database and the RDF database from Inside Analysis. Is searching the answer? The New York Public Library's deep digital dive. BONUS: From the… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday Plus: DAM, Card Sorting, Content and More
With a little help from the NYPL vintage postcard collection - this is creepy!
Here are this week's five things: Is your DAM secure? Henrik de Gyor asks some tough questions... David Diamond with astute DAM observations. Jeff Lawrence on the balance between cloud and in-house DAM. Need to classify some 3-D objects like quilts? Use Dublin Core. Nice digital finding aid for the NYPL Rare Book Division Comic… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: DAM, Dublin Core, Comic Books
Here are 5 more things: Criteria for shopping for an appropriate digital asset management system. NYPL explores "The Networked Catalog." Learn about new features in Viewshare visualization software. How digital asset management helps museums. A case study on the Portland Art Museum and Extensis Portfolio.
Here are more than 5 things for your Thursday: Want to view a fascinating documentary on National Geographic archivist Bill Bonner? This seems like a dreamy job, white gloves and all... Metadata Matters asks us why are we waiting for the ILS to change? This seems hard to manage, but intriguing. North Carolina State University… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: Nat Geo Archives, NYPL, ILS, Google Glass
Another vintage postcard from the New York Public Library digital collections. Hope you are merry and bright! Mod Librarian will be back in 2014 with more great information.