Bookmark – Who Owns the Findability Function?

The Repository of Primary Sources has been running since 1995 at the University of Idaho. Under the wing of Terry Abraham, it lists "over 5000 websites describing holdings of manuscripts, archives, rare books, historical photographs, and other primary sources for the research scholar", and "[all] links have been tested for correctness and appropriateness". So what has... Continue Reading →

Bookmark – Education for the Future of Publishing

When it comes to acquiring skills and professional training in book publishing, from the early days of the printing press onwards, learning by doing has been book publishing's order of the day.  Consider the following interview exchange between Mac Slocum (Tools of Change) and Theodore Gray (The Elements): . MS: What skills -- or people with... Continue Reading →

Bookmark — “How Old is Innovation before it’s New?” David Worlock

Two interesting words: "semantic" and "innovation."  Find yourself a good cup of coffee, a slice of sachertorte, the aroma of cinnamon and take the time to read this article by David Worlock. "Getting" the fundamentals of digital publishing means "getting" semantics: the semantic web, taxonomies, ontologies, tagging and all that.  David Worlock's article is a good place... Continue Reading →

Richard Macmanus on “Medium” from Evan Williams and Biz Stone

We're witnessing another sea change in Web publishing. From Pinterest at the beginning of this year to the launch this week of a new product from two Twitter founders, Medium, 2012 has been a year where the norms of publishing are being challenged. So writes Richard Macmanus at ReadWriteWeb about a new platform for Web... Continue Reading →

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