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Speak to the Eyes: The History and Practice of Information Visualization

[Posted here, on my personal website, per the allowance of the publication agreement, is my  article, co-authored with Lily Pregill (@technelily) for  Art Documentation (Vol. 33, Fall 2014). If for some reason you cite this, please use the citation at

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Speak to the Eyes: The History and Practice of Information Visualization

[Posted here, on my personal website, per the allowance of the publication agreement, is my  article, co-authored with Lily Pregill (@technelily) for  Art Documentation (Vol. 33, Fall 2014). If for some reason you cite this, please use the citation at

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Web Archiving in the United State: A 2013 Report

The 2013 NDSA Web Archiving Survey has been released! Regular readers of this blog (I’m kidding of course — there is no such thing!) will recall my work on the 2011 NDSA Web Archiving Survey (uncredited since I worked at

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Web Archiving in the United State: A 2013 Report

The 2013 NDSA Web Archiving Survey has been released! Regular readers of this blog (I’m kidding of course — there is no such thing!) will recall my work on the 2011 NDSA Web Archiving Survey (uncredited since I worked at

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TAGOKOR: Biography of an Electronic Record

I figured I would put up a post noting the publication last month of my piece in Issue 4 of Archive Journal, “TAGOKOR: Biography of an Electronic Record.” The piece attempts something of a material culture studies approach to look

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TAGOKOR: Biography of an Electronic Record

I figured I would put up a post noting the publication last month of my piece in Issue 4 of Archive Journal, “TAGOKOR: Biography of an Electronic Record.” The piece attempts something of a material culture studies approach to look

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I Review 6 Digital Preservation Models So You Don’t Have To

  When digging through the ol’ desktop/hard-drive/thumb-drives/external-drives/google-drive/dropbox/evernote/oh-god-please-help-me recently I came across the notes (filename: “levels_notes.doc” — good grief) I had taken when Andrea Goethals, Trevor Owens, Meg Phillips and I were working on the paper, The NDSA Levels of Digital

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I Review 6 Digital Preservation Models So You Don’t Have To

  When digging through the ol’ desktop/hard-drive/thumb-drives/external-drives/google-drive/dropbox/evernote/oh-god-please-help-me recently I came across the notes (filename: “levels_notes.doc” — good grief) I had taken when Andrea Goethals, Trevor Owens, Meg Phillips and I were working on the paper, The NDSA Levels of Digital

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The National Agenda for Digital Stewardship 2014

As one of the co-chairs of the Innovation Working Group of the National Digital Stewardship Alliance, I was lucky enough to help contribute to the National Agenda for Digital Stewardship 2014 document. My contributions were paltry compared to the efforts of

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The National Agenda for Digital Stewardship 2014

As one of the co-chairs of the Innovation Working Group of the National Digital Stewardship Alliance, I was lucky enough to help contribute to the National Agenda for Digital Stewardship 2014 document. My contributions were paltry compared to the efforts of

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Disrespect des Fonds

My piece for Archive Journal, “Disrespect des Fonds: Rethinking Arrangement and Description in Born-Digital Archives“ is now posted online. I owe a big thanks to the editors and to my friends that gave feedback (all of whom I have thanked personally,

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Disrespect des Fonds

My piece for Archive Journal, “Disrespect des Fonds: Rethinking Arrangement and Description in Born-Digital Archives“ is now posted online. I owe a big thanks to the editors and to my friends that gave feedback (all of whom I have thanked personally,

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Notes on D-Lib Article on Visual Interfaces to Digital Collections

The article that I co-wrote with Trevor Owens of LC and Lauren Algee of National Gallery of Art is now available in the November/December 2012 D-Lib Magazine. Article doi: 10.1045/november2012-algee. The article is titled “Viewshare and the Kress Collection: Creating, Sharing, and

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Notes on D-Lib Article on Visual Interfaces to Digital Collections

The article that I co-wrote with Trevor Owens of LC and Lauren Algee of National Gallery of Art is now available in the November/December 2012 D-Lib Magazine. Article doi: 10.1045/november2012-algee. The article is titled “Viewshare and the Kress Collection: Creating, Sharing, and

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The NDSA Web Archiving Survey

This post/report was a testament to the power of the volunteer spirit! I think it turned out okay, though I wish I had done more with the charts. One of my The Signal posts while I was at LC. The NDSA Web

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The NDSA Web Archiving Survey

This post/report was a testament to the power of the volunteer spirit! I think it turned out okay, though I wish I had done more with the charts. One of my The Signal posts while I was at LC. The NDSA Web

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