I’m constantly amazed (and humbled) every time I see this video but continuously misplacing this link. Perhaps now I’ll remember… we’ll see Pictorial Webster’s: Inspiration to Completion from John Carrera on Vimeo.
Gearing up for the woodshop sawdust-fest that is the result of last minute holiday gifts, my trusty JET AFS-1000B air filtration unit bit the dust (yes, pun intended). Hanging above now is a useless box of steel, mocking me as a cough out some of the larger particulate matter swimming … Continue reading
This week the NDIIPP partners meeting, the Library of Congress is holding a Recollection workshop to demonstrate some of the capabilities this platform provides to the digital preservation community. In addition to being able to connect / upload / transform various different data formats as well as allowing users to … Continue reading
Tonight we tagged a svn “invitational beta” branch for next weeks Freemix launch at 2009 SemTech. This is a huge accomplishment by an absolutely extraordinary team. While there is still a lot of work to do (this is only the beginning ), this marks an important milestone toward making it … Continue reading
by Sylvia Plath Love set you going like a fat gold watch. The midwife slapped your footsoles, and your bald cry Took its place among the elements. Our voices echo, magnifying your arrival. New statue. In a drafty museum, your nakedness Shadows our safety. We stand round blankly as walls. … Continue reading
Ngozichukwunyerem … The name means “The gift God gave me back” in Ebu. And while i’m not sure how yet to pronounce it, its definitely one of the most beautiful words I think I’ve ever heard. woohoo!
Misha pretty much summed it all up in his post The RDF Model and Syntax Specification became a W3C Recommendation nine years ago today! Resource Description Framework (RDF) Model and Syntax Specification W3C Recommendation 22 February 1999 http://www.w3.org/TR/1999/REC-rdf-syntax-19990222/ Best wishes to all members of the original W3C RDF Model and … Continue reading
Stu Weibel’s post on ‘List Making Meets Redirection’ prompted me to comment on some of the Active PURL work (PURLs with associated services) we at Zepheira has been developing. Example ‘Active PURLs’ might be notification to publishers of problems with target URLs (basically a link-checker for PURLs), notification to readers … Continue reading
Following a web of circuitous links in the process of explaining to my son what a computer *not* connected to the Web might be, I stumbled upon some of our early working group notes discussing the finer points of initial HTML specification. Scanning the minutes I found it interesting to … Continue reading
For those that have been asking about where to send financial support to help Chimezie and Roschelle Ogbuji, The Ogbuji Family Fund has been established. Thanks in advance to anyone providing whatever they can.