Here are five more things for your enjoyment: Not for the faint of heart - the Chicago Tribune crime photo collection. Latest speakers confirmed for DAM New York – Home Box Office Inc, The Associated Press and Ford Foundation. Early Bird ends next Friday. Looking for metadata in all the wrong places. Another DAM Podcast… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: Crime Photos, DAM, Metadata
Here are five more exciting things: Agenda announced for DAMNY. Super early bird discount ends tomorrow! Really cool video about the photos in the Hulton Archive. See a real card catalog and learn about wacky research requests. And the Hulton Archive landing page on Getty Images. Trying to understand Linked Data like I am? These… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: DAMNY, Hulton Archive, Linked Data
Here are five things: Another great article about the value of metadata by John Horodyski. Digital asset management and metadata integration. Register right now for today's snackinar on Advanced Metadata for photos. DPLA is having a celebration of public domain content with a make your own GIF event. Are these cats librarians? If nothing else,… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: DAM, GIFs, Metadata, Cats
Here are five more things to consider: Some fine resources on switching to a BISAC classification system - Dewey We or Don't We? Hack Lib School on surviving cataloging class. How do people (especially kids) name things? A fascinating study of naming and ordering in special collections. Book - Digital Asset Management for Photographers. Librarian… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: BISAC, DAM, Special Collections
Here are five more things... A little local history find for Seattle folks - "Lost Eddie Sato World's Fair Photos Now Found." The slides were at a discount store in Chicago. Pretty mod stuff! Why archive websites? This article from LOC tells you about the why and what of web archiving. I've been looking for… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: Local History, EAD, Web Archives
There were several interesting articles regarding digital preservation and curation recently. From LOC's The Signal, Four Easy Tips for Preserving Your Digital Photographs simplifies steps to Identify, Decide, Organize and Make Copy. This truly is...
Turns out there are quite a few iPhone applications for reviewing photo metadata. I downloaded a handful of free apps listed below and most do precisely the same thing - display the EXIF data associated with the photos stored on your mobile device...