Posts Tagged 'the signal'

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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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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Apocalypse Bit: Disaster Mythologies and Digital Preservation

Attempting to meet the challenge of putting a positive spin on a spate of trollish public comments received at outreach events and presentations. I’m a tiny bit proud of this one, as it partially originated in a challenge voiced in

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Apocalypse Bit: Disaster Mythologies and Digital Preservation

Attempting to meet the challenge of putting a positive spin on a spate of trollish public comments received at outreach events and presentations. I’m a tiny bit proud of this one, as it partially originated in a challenge voiced in

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Web Archiving Arrives: Results from the NDSA Web Archiving Survey

More results from the web archiving survey. Another post for The Signal. Web Archiving Arrives: Results form the NDSA Web Archiving Survey  

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Web Archiving Arrives: Results from the NDSA Web Archiving Survey

More results from the web archiving survey. Another post for The Signal. Web Archiving Arrives: Results form the NDSA Web Archiving Survey  

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Usability and Analytics in Libraries, Archives, and Museums

I crammed a lot of stuff into this post and probably mis-used a lot of terminology in the process. Shuo Yang did some great work analyzing The Signal web stats and I wish he had been able to stay longer and

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Usability and Analytics in Libraries, Archives, and Museums

I crammed a lot of stuff into this post and probably mis-used a lot of terminology in the process. Shuo Yang did some great work analyzing The Signal web stats and I wish he had been able to stay longer and

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Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums with Wikipedia (GLAM-Wiki): Insights Interview with Lori Phillips

This was a fun interview and Lori and the whole #glamwiki crew is great. Everybody should wiki. Why aren’t you wiki-ing right now! (Another post for The Signal) Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums with Wikipedia (GLAM-Wiki): Insights Interview with Lori Phillips

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Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums with Wikipedia (GLAM-Wiki): Insights Interview with Lori Phillips

This was a fun interview and Lori and the whole #glamwiki crew is great. Everybody should wiki. Why aren’t you wiki-ing right now! (Another post for The Signal) Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums with Wikipedia (GLAM-Wiki): Insights Interview with Lori Phillips

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Pass it On: Library of Congress Events for Preservation Week 2012

The title says it all! Me and some other NDIIPPers did some outreach/workshop events on personal digital archiving at local public libraries during Preservation Week. Tried to organize some events with other D.C. institutions but they didn’t mostly return my

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Pass it On: Library of Congress Events for Preservation Week 2012

The title says it all! Me and some other NDIIPPers did some outreach/workshop events on personal digital archiving at local public libraries during Preservation Week. Tried to organize some events with other D.C. institutions but they didn’t mostly return my

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