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Slides from Talk at MLA 2015

Published on January 9, 2015 by in Conferences

Slides from my portion of talk given with Benjamin Pauley at the 2015 annual conference of the Modern Language Association can be found here. The talk focused on explaining the advantages of an n-Triples data store and the way in which the ESTC21 will implement a native triples database as

 
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Preliminary Lessons Learned from Typesetting a Broadside Ballad

Published on January 8, 2015 by in Miscellanea

Over the past several months the English Broadside Ballad Team (EBBA), supplemented by an additional group of UC Santa Barbara graduate students, has been engaged in the act of re-creating, from scratch, a 17th century Broadside Ballad.  Beginning with old shirts and rags, we worked in the UCSB Art Studio

 
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Slides from talk at Johns Hopkins University on October 14, 2015

Published on January 5, 2015 by in Conferences

Below is a link to slides from my talk at Johns Hopkins University on October 14, 2015. The talk provides an overview of n-triples data structures and their implementation as Linked Data in the library. Topics discussed include benefits to end users, impacts on library internal workflows, and discussion of

 
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ESTC Antidote to #EEBOGate

Published on January 3, 2015 by in featured

This post is in response to a flurry of Twitter and blogging activity surrounding #EEBOGate (Proquests now retracted announcement that access to Early English Books Online (EEBO) [1]. would no longer be made available to users through membership in scholarly societies and organizations.) The specific topic of the post is

 
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Outline from Talk at UC Davis Data Rights and Data Wrongs Symposium

The outline from my presentation given at the UC Davis “Data Rights and Data Wrongs” symposium can be found here. The symposium brought together a range of administrators, university council, and scholars to discuss the topic of intellectual property in the big data era. My presentation focused on the differential

 
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