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 more things: Getting a crash course in organizing information at Taxonomy Boot Camp. Another DAM Podcast talks to Frank DeCarlo about pre-media. What is search-based architecture? The Carl Sagan collection. Should libraries think more like entrepreneurs? BONUS: Use cases for graph databases.
Hello! Here are five spectacular things: The Librarian Tips for DAM series kicks off here with an inspiring post by Linda Rouse on librarians and digital asset management. John Horodyski on making a DAM decision. Top 4 reasons SEO is dead. Another DAM Podcast talks to Jennifer Sellar from MOMA. George Eastman House blog on… Continue reading 5 Things Thursday: Librarian Tips for DAM, SEO, Nitrate Film
Here are five things for spring: Another DAM Podcast with Dave Ginsberg of the Sundance Institute. Working with librarians on humanizing search. Check out Wonder, the search guided by librarians. Fascinating infographic on 20 years of Getty Images. A Kickstarter campaign fueled the Recirculated library podcast. DAM is a service oriented profession.
Here are five things: What's holding DAM back? DAMNews three part special feature. What the heck's Information Architecture? DAM - from photo library to enterprise system. Building a historical search engine is no easy thing. Awesome presentation from WorldIA Day Seattle from Andy Fitzgerald - Desiring Ecologies.
I met some very nice people at the Serials Solutions booth at ALA and learned a lot more about the Summon webscale discovery tool. Mostly used by academic research libraries, this SAAS is continuously innovating. It is flexible and highly customiz...
Here are five more things to think about in the week ahead. Since "curated" was voted one of the most overused words of 2012, I will be hand picking these information bits for you like rare wildflowers instead of curating content. What is the digi...