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Miscellaneous thoughts on minor stuff.

Reframing Art Resources for the Digital Age

Reframing Art Resources for the Digital Age: An Interview with Stephen Bury & Lily Pregill of the New York Art Resources Consortium Another post for The Signal, this time with some of the great folks at The Frick / NYARC.

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Reframing Art Resources for the Digital Age

Reframing Art Resources for the Digital Age: An Interview with Stephen Bury & Lily Pregill of the New York Art Resources Consortium Another post for The Signal, this time with some of the great folks at The Frick / NYARC.

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Visualizations and Digital Collections

Another post for NDIIPP’s The Signal blog. Visualizations and Digital Collections. I put together a panel at the upcoming MARAC Spring 2013 conference on Data Visualization and Archives and a couple of the projects mentioned in the blog post will

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Visualizations and Digital Collections

Another post for NDIIPP’s The Signal blog. Visualizations and Digital Collections. I put together a panel at the upcoming MARAC Spring 2013 conference on Data Visualization and Archives and a couple of the projects mentioned in the blog post will

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Digital Humanities & Cultural Heritage

I wrote a blog post for the dh+lib website. I’m not entirely sure what my post is about (I have an idea, but I doubt I captured it all that well in the word-blurbing), but whatever the case, I’m excited to

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Digital Humanities & Cultural Heritage

I wrote a blog post for the dh+lib website. I’m not entirely sure what my post is about (I have an idea, but I doubt I captured it all that well in the word-blurbing), but whatever the case, I’m excited to

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Imagine What We’ll Know This Time Next Week: An Interview with Bailey Smith and Anne Wootton of Pop Up Archive

A fun interview with great folks doing a great project. A post for The Signal. Imagine What We’ll Know This Time Next Week: An Interview with Bailey Smith and Anne Wootton of Pop Up Archive Featured image: “Radio studio. Desk in

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Imagine What We’ll Know This Time Next Week: An Interview with Bailey Smith and Anne Wootton of Pop Up Archive

A fun interview with great folks doing a great project. A post for The Signal. Imagine What We’ll Know This Time Next Week: An Interview with Bailey Smith and Anne Wootton of Pop Up Archive Featured image: “Radio studio. Desk in

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Get Your Bits Off

[Ed. note: I'm going to start posting my non-work blog posts here mostly because it gives me the appearance of being more productive than I actually am, but also because my site has, as I joke, infinite scrolling for finite

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Get Your Bits Off

[Ed. note: I'm going to start posting my non-work blog posts here mostly because it gives me the appearance of being more productive than I actually am, but also because my site has, as I joke, infinite scrolling for finite

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Prognosticating Digital Preservation Infrastructure: Final Results from the NDSA Storage Survey

Wrapping up the Storage Survey AND getting the word “prognosticating” into a blog title! One of my The Signal posts while I was at LC. Prognosticating Digital Preservation Infrastructure: Final Results from the NDSA Storage Survey

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Prognosticating Digital Preservation Infrastructure: Final Results from the NDSA Storage Survey

Wrapping up the Storage Survey AND getting the word “prognosticating” into a blog title! One of my The Signal posts while I was at LC. Prognosticating Digital Preservation Infrastructure: Final Results from the NDSA Storage Survey

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Timeline JS Test

A quick test of Timeline JS using the Viewshare sample data set.

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Timeline JS Test

A quick test of Timeline JS using the Viewshare sample data set.

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Notes from THATCamp Museums NYC

I went to an unconference. But I did not unenjoy it. In fact, it was great! One of my The Signal posts while I was at LC. Notes from THATCamp Museums NYC

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Notes from THATCamp Museums NYC

I went to an unconference. But I did not unenjoy it. In fact, it was great! One of my The Signal posts while I was at LC. Notes from THATCamp Museums NYC

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