Blog that has pretty good documentation and collection of material that came out of the Reimagining the Archive Symposium held recently at UCLA.
Jane and I have just presented a preliminary report about this project at the eresearch australasia conference on the Gold Coast. You can find our paper here. Amid the clamour and noise of the ‘petascale’ and ‘exascale’ questions of supercomputing and massive bandwidth and storage solutions (astronomers facing the issue of a single file being 5 terrabytes in size, and… Read more →
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These are my links for November 4th through November 6th: Social Media Design Pattern Library – paper.li – read Twitter as a daily newspaper – David Barrie: \’Open source\’ place-making –
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The Dictionary of Australian Artists online is worth following, as it develops – being redesigned by Gillian Fuller. I like the ‘Random Biography’ and ‘On this day’ searches on the front page. I think these simple ideas for engagement are useful for us to keep in mind – I would click on ‘random Circus Oz act’.
These are my links for October 25th through November 4th: Clay Shirky\’s Internet Writings – Content Providers Guide – Content Providers guide from the Australian National Data Service. About storing and making research data available. http://club.fom.ru/books/reckwitz.pdf – burnmap » mapping the threat of fire – Museums Computer Group » UKMW10 – Doing more with less: rising to the digital challenge… Read more →
Federal body that has funding and is developing resources about making research data accessible and open. … The Australian National Data Service has an excellent guide for content providers that is intended to be introductory and discusses such things as metadata and RIF-CS.