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OpenLink Data Explorer Extension

OpenLink Data Explorer Extension | Bibliodata | Scoop.it

The OpenLink Data Explorer is a browser extension (currently available for Firefox, Safari and Google Chrome with additional browser support to follow) that adds a new option to the Web User Agent functionality realm in the form of new main and context menu options for viewing Data Sources associated with Web Pages.

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Mapping Libraries: Creating Real-time Maps of Global Information | The Signal: Digital Preservation

Mapping Libraries: Creating Real-time Maps of Global Information | The Signal: Digital Preservation | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
Mapping Libraries: Creating Real-time Maps of Global Information. A blog post at "The Signal: Digital Preservation" on 2015-07-30.
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Telling the History of Photographic Processes, from Daguerreotypes to Digital

Telling the History of Photographic Processes, from Daguerreotypes to Digital | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
The George Eastman House released a 12-part video series last month that starts with the silhouette and traces photography’s development through daguerreotypes, cyanotypes, Kodachrome, and ri…
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El fin de la memoria: ¿cómo preservarla? | Señal Colombia

El fin de la memoria: ¿cómo preservarla? | Señal Colombia | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
En la era digital tenemos nuestra confianza puesta en los formatos de almacenamiento digital, pero todos estos tienen su obsolescencia programada. ¿Cómo preservaremos nuestra memoria por siempre?
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What 'digital' really means | McKinsey & Company

What 'digital' really means | McKinsey & Company | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
Everyone wants to go digital. The first step is truly understanding what that is. A McKinsey & Company article.
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Manufacturers Talk about the State of the Film Photography Industry

Manufacturers Talk about the State of the Film Photography Industry | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
We talked to various manufacturers about the state of the Film Photography world.
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Silent films from 100 years ago found at dump

Silent films from 100 years ago found at dump | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
The historic reels of film dating back to 1909 were discovered by Michael Grant, 56, and his daughter, Rachael, 26, in a dumped shelving unit at a recycling centre in Sidmouth, Devon.
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The Marriage of East and West: Conservation of a Photographic Album from Burma - Collection Care blog

The Marriage of East and West: Conservation of a Photographic Album from Burma - Collection Care blog | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
One often wonders what treasures can be hidden in a buckram box, and this time was no exception. The box on opening revealed an album covered with brightly coloured textile and leather. The pattern on the boards looked unusual and the use of the silk textile to cover a photographic...
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The Getty Conservation Institute moves from antiquities to animation

The Getty Conservation Institute moves from antiquities to animation | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
The institute was recruited by Disney's Animation Research Library to preserve cels from some of the studio's most iconic films.
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Is the Cassette Renaissance For Real?

Is the Cassette Renaissance For Real? | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
The newly spawned Cassette Store Day promises to celebrate the humble, old cassette tape.
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Keeping Up With the Joneses: The New Recommended Formats Statement | The Signal: Digital Preservation

Keeping Up With the Joneses: The New Recommended Formats Statement | The Signal: Digital Preservation | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
Keeping Up With the Joneses: The New Recommended Formats Statement. A blog post at "The Signal: Digital Preservation" on 2015-07-15.
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Paintings - AIC WIKI Main Page

Paintings - AIC WIKI Main Page | Bibliodata | Scoop.it

The AIC Wiki is sponsored by the American Institute for Conservation of Art and Historic Works with content created by the various AIC Specialty Groups, Networks and Committees. Several of the Specialty Groups had "AIC Conservation Catalogs," compendia of working knowledge on materials and techniques used to preserve and treat works of art and historic artifacts. The series, begun in 1985 in print format and still in active development, was intended to be updated on an ongoing basis as techniques, technologies, and modes of practice evolve. Placing this content on the AIC wiki platform allows for easy and timely collaborative editing and also provide much broader access to these resources, ensuring that innovative methods and materials are documented and widely disseminated to practicing conservators and conservation scientists.

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Cornell University - World’s largest natural sound archive now fully...

Cornell University - World’s largest natural sound archive now fully... | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
World’s largest natural sound archive now fully digital and fully online. “In terms of speed and the breadth of material now accessible to anyone in the world, this is really revolutionary,” says...
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Knowledge hub set to soft-launch, join our webinar on January 28th!

Knowledge hub set to soft-launch, join our webinar on January 28th! | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
We're really excited to announce the upcoming soft-launch of the THOR knowledge hub. A skeleton resource at the moment, the knowledge hub will evolve into the first point of call for information about persistent identifiers. We'd love to show you what we've built so far, share our plans for the hub and gather your feedback, suggestions and contributions.…
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THOR is a 30 month EC funded H2020 project that focuses on the use and re-use of persistent identifiers.  We're trying to drive adoption across infrastructures and the hub aims to make integration and uptake as painless as possible.  It contains how-to guides, introductions for a wide variety of stakeholder groups and integration help for developers.
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Emojis Offer New Way to Search Videos | MIT Technology Review

Emojis Offer New Way to Search Videos | MIT Technology Review | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
Researchers have built an emoji video search demo that lets you use tiny pictures to sort through thousands of YouTube clips.
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A Side-By-Side Comparison of Every iPhone Camera Ever Made

A Side-By-Side Comparison of Every iPhone Camera Ever Made | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
The original iPhone camera kinda SUCKED.
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Archiving a digital history | Penn State University

Archiving a digital history | Penn State University | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
Penn State's digital records archivist uses digital tools to preserve the University's history and culture.
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ARSC Guide to Audio Preservation — Council on Library and Information Resources

ARSC Guide to Audio Preservation — Council on Library and Information Resources | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
ARSC Guide to Audio Preservation
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Contact sheets: where the magic and chaos of photographs comes alive

Contact sheets: where the magic and chaos of photographs comes alive | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
From the D-Day landings and Tiananmen Square to Salvador Dalí’s flying-cat hijinks, contact sheets reveal the hidden secrets of unforgettable images
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The Last Audio Cassette Factory

The Last Audio Cassette Factory | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
Springfield, MO-based National Audio Company opened in 1969 and when other major manufacturers abandoned tape manufacturing for CD production in the late 1990s, the company held on tight. Now, the cassette maker is pumping out more cassettes than ever before. (Video By: Jeniece Pettitt, Ryo Ikegami) (Source: Bloomberg)
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The Future of Film Photography: Instant Toy Cameras and Small Markets

The Future of Film Photography: Instant Toy Cameras and Small Markets | Bibliodata | Scoop.it
Film companies are now betting on young consumers
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