In case you're one among the hordes of people interested in what a stable identifier for a #pleiadesgazetteer place resource looks like inside a real, live #MARC record for a book in an academic library, here's an example provided by ISAW+NYU's Gabriel McKee: https://aleph.library.nyu.edu/F/BSLNHQ59NYY33R231TE88IFXITEYKXHEF12YQUMS3BNXFR3M25-00257?func=direct&doc_number=000792291&format=001(see field 651 7).
Just finished with three days of congenial, collaborative discussion in Heidelberg about the future of open digital publication methods, systems, and collections for ancient inscribed materials (in Greek, Latin, and associated languages and scripts). Next meeting tentatively set for Zadar, Croatia in September 2018. #epigraphyinfo
#Reading: Holder, Sarah. “Who Maps the World?” CityLab (blog), March 14, 2018. https://www.citylab.com/equity/2018/03/who-maps-the-world/555272/.
#Reading: Rosenberg, Eli, Mark Berman, and Matt Zapotosky. “‘Who Did This and Why?’: Austin Remains Tense after Deadly Bombings as Police Look for Answers.” Washington Post, March 14, 2018, sec. Post Nation. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2018/03/14/who-did-this-and-why-austin-remains-tense-after-deadly-bombings-as-police-look-for-answers/.
#Reading: Cunningham, Nelson W. “A Mueller Report May Never See the Light of Day.” Washington Post, March 14, 2018, sec. Opinions. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/a-mueller-report-may-never-see-the-light-of-day/2018/03/14/54e88cba-2639-11e8-b79d-f3d931db7f68_story.html.
#Reading: Huang, Luling. “Working Around Some Limitations in OpenRefine.” Temple University Digital Scholarship Center (blog), March 6, 2018. https://sites.temple.edu/tudsc/2018/03/06/working-around-limitations-openrefine/.
Hello #medievalmastodon! I'm looking for someone who knows this 90s-vintage CDROM, its background, and the documents themselves (and their archival location) well:
Nieves Sánchez, María. Textos y concordancias electrónics de documentos castellanos de Alfonso X. Electronic Texts on CD-Rom Series 7. Madison: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, 1999. http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/949003068.
Whether you're a #medievalist or you stayed at a Medieval Inn Express last night, if you can help: I'll be grateful!
#Reading: jefferson. “Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Awards Grant to the Internet Archive for Long Tail Journal Preservation | Internet Archive Blogs.” Internet Archive Blogs (blog), March 5, 2018. http://blog.archive.org/2018/03/05/andrew-w-mellon-foundation-awards-grant-to-the-internet-archive-for-long-tail-journal-preservation/.
Two things I could really use here:
1. A way to keep a list of hashtags (I can’t remember all the ones I like to revisit frequently)
2. A way to group people I follow by interest (so I don’t miss anything when I’m in the right mood for something)
Maybe there’s already a way to do these things but I haven’t figured it out yet?
Maybe they are kind of the same thing?