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.
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 things: Digital asset management for photo and video Upcoming webinar on the semantic web and DAM Linked data caution from the Bibliographic Wilderness Game design scans in Stanford special collections Using SPARQL for accessing linked data
Here are five things: Another DAM Podcast talks to Margie Foster. More from Margie Foster on User Adoption. OpenCypher and graph databases. Introducing internet era students to rare books. Why is structured content like your closet? Happy Thanksgiving!
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.