Posts Tagged 'art history'

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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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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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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