Vint Cerf est un des pères d’Internet et salarié de Google depuis 2005. Interviewé par la BBC le 13 février, il joue les Nostradamus : le XXIe siècle pourrait être "un Moyen Age numérique ».L'idée n'est pas neuve.
Thousands of love letters, crabby diatribes, intimate photos, and sales receipts from well-known British artists are now available for public scrutiny thanks to a new online archive launched by London's Tate Gallery.
Today Ordnance Survey and Jisc are set to release Digimap for Colleges. The secure, free and easy to use online mapping service supports further education (FE) institutions and staff, and aids students in their studies.
La Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) va "accélérer la numérisation et la diffusion en ligne" des fonds de presse qu'elle conserve, datant pour les plus anciens du XVIIe siècle, a-t-elle annoncé jeudi. "BnF-Partenariats, filiale de la Bibliothèque nationale de France, a signé avec la société Immanens un partenariat pour accélérer la numérisation et la diffusion en ligne des fonds de presse conservés à la BnF depuis les origines de la presse écrite", indique la BnF dans un communiqué.
Gallica Labs est une version beta de la future version de la bibliothèque numérique de la Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Cette version encore en phase de test devrait être déployée dans le courant de l'année.
I've just updated my list of search engines (arranged alphabetically) and it's over the 180 mark, closing in on 200. I deleted 31 engines that have gone out of business since I last updated the page in the Autumn of last year, but I added some in as well, so the numbers are staying fairly static. I've given a single line pen picture of each engine, so if you're looking for an alternative to try out, please do give it a whirl.
"Opensource.com moderator Nicole Engard attended a talk by Phil Shapiro at the 2014 All Things Open conference in Raleigh, NC in which Phil laid out his vision for how libraries need to adapt to the changes ..."
"Phil Shapiro, one of my fellow Opensource.com Community Moderators, gave a talk at All Things Open 2014 about open source and libraries. This is a recap of that talk.
Too many people ask, "What is the future of libraries?" and not, "What should the future be?" A book that we must read is: Expect More: Demanding Better Libraries For Today's Complex World. If we don't expect more of libraries, we're not going to see libraries change. We have to change the frame of mind that libraries belong the directors—they actually belong to the people and they should be serving the people.
Phil asks how we get some communities to participate in managing libraries. Start looking at your library's collection and see if there is at least 1% of the collection in the STEM arena. Should that percent be more? Maybe 5% or 10% more? There is no set answer here, but maybe we need to make a suggestion to our libraries. Maybe instead of just books our funds should go to empower the community more in the technology arena. Maybe we should have co-working space in our library—this can be fee based even—and could be something as low as $30.00/month. That would be a way for libraries to help the unemployed and the community as a whole."
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