I fondly recall my very first URL – it wasn’t a GeoCities site, though that would follow along in due course – but just the few KB (indeed) of web space every postgrad student was allotted by the Institute of Archaeology, University College London. Unfortunately, there’s no trace of the content now, though the URL […]
This year’s always-fascinating and very valuable DAM Foundation Salary Survey came out in February, and there were some interesting – though also, possibly worrying – trends to analyze. First, though, the positives…
Having read and considered the three recent articles on the lack of innovation in the digital asset management space, I can only agree that there are certainly issues with…
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A bit of background is in order: I fell into my first coding job in 1996. I was meant to be working on my MA in archaeology in London, but I discovered that HTML, even back in those days before tables, offered a sense of instant gratification […]
The CHNM gets how this should be done
Although I presume Facebook is aware that they can further enhance the value of the content users share – photos, documents, videos and a huge amount of text – with consistent metadata and semantic linking, the opportunity exists to document, preserve and curate what must be the […]
Sticking with redesign mode, I’ve finally migrated Superfectablog from Blogger and […]
Luckily THATCamp Austin is done now (although I continue to manage the THATCamp Austin twitter account, to help promote the other regional THATCamps that are springing up), for I have added yet another new writing outlet to my ever-expanding stable. I’ll be blogging for the NTRA leading up to the Breeders’ Cup, with a focus […]
I have yet another new blog, this one in my capacities as a BJCP judge, Beerdrinker of the Year semi-finalist and Lady Beer Geek About Town. Granted, it’s not as pretty as one I would have designed myself, but I decided to go ahead and give the Examiner model a try. So far, […]
Did I mention how awesome it is to be on a trading card? It’s right up there with being a Shover and Maker. Beyond the archives/library/information science world, I have my BelmontStakes.com blog debuting shortly – you know you want to check it out!
I’d just like to say that I’m honored – very honored!