My paper and slides for the Shakespeare Association of America 2015 conference seminar on “Form, Complexity, and Computation” can be found here. The paper focuses on the use content based image recognition (CBIR) as a tool for humanities scholarship.
Slides for talk given at the Town Hall meeting of the University of California, Davis library are available here. The talk focuses on explaining Linked Data and its underlying n-triples data store and on the role of the Digital Scholarship Program in the library.
Slides from my Lightning Round presentation at Stanford’s Linked Data for Libraries (LD4P) event can be found here. The talk was an introduction to the BIBFLOW IMLS funded project directed at understanding the implication of Linked Data adoption for the internal operations of libraries. It raised issues about authority control
Slides from my talk at the OCLC sponsored “Library Data [r]Evolution: Applying Linked Data Concepts” event at the San Francisco Public Library can be found here. The talk focuses on BIBFLOW, an IMLS funded project directed at understanding the implication of Linked Data adoption for the internal operations of libraries.
Slides from my lightening round presentation at the Renaissance English Knowledgebase (REKn) meeting are available here. The meeting brought together top experts in the field of digital renaissance studies for two days of discussion about the future of digital humanities and renaissance scholarship. The talk focuses on Arch-V, the content