These are my links for August 24th from 05:54 to 05:54: dhistory:: The front page – Tim Sherratt's quick effort using Trove's API to get front pages from a very large archive of newspaper front pages, and then provide ways to find stuff in them come visualise. Without an API you're collection is mute. Keynote: ‘From Strings to Things’, LODLAM… Read more →
Very basically they built their own hardware and software to sell books, realised that what they made others would like to use, that they had a lot of it and so could offer this cheaply, and so sold it. … Offer it for sale, scale it up, and then let anyone who uses this (if they wish) use an ‘elastic’ service that automatically grows to cope with surges (e.g. a sale) and then goes back to normal the rest of the time.
These are my links for August 2nd through August 16th: Digital Curation Bibliography: Preservation and Stewardship of Scholarly Works – Creative commons licenced book which is about digital curation of scholarly work. Digital Curation Resource Guide – list of courses, resources, standards and so on relevant to digital curation. Australian National Data Service on Vimeo – Australian National Data Service… Read more →
In our glass meeting room for the weekly research catch up come agenda setting.
Meetings we have
These are my links for July 20th through August 1st: Introducing Scripto: a Tool for Community Transcription – Training the Digital Curators of Tomorrow – TextGrid: TextGrid – TextGrid serves as a virtual research environment for philologists, linguists, musicologists and art historians. As a single point of entry to the virtual research environment, TextGridLab provides integrated access to specialized tools,… Read more →