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45 • Authors just selected
the primary category • Related metadata pulled in automatically • Updates appeared on all articles *Metadata categories and relationships were managed by a dedicated data librarian
49 • Wal-mart sold gallon
jars of Vlasic pickles for $2.97. • A popular item – priced so low it nearly put Vlasic out of business. • By achieving their goals, they put themselves in a position they might not survive. See: http://www.fastcompany.com/47593/wal-mart-you-dont-know
61 “What happened to my
web page on my husband, Bob Champine, that took me many years to put together on his career and which meant a lot to me and to the aviation community. I noticed with 9.0 I lost the left margin and the picture of him exiting the X-1. I need to restore it to the internet as it is history. Please tell me what to do. I will be glad to retype it, I just don’t want it lost to the world. I need help. Gloria Champine”
63 “Archive Team is a
loose collective of rogue archivists, programmers, writers and loudmouths dedicated to saving our digital heritage. Since 2009 this variant force of nature has caught wind of shutdowns, shutoffs, mergers, and plain old deletions - and done our best to save the history before it's lost forever.”
76 Those screenshots were automatically
generated from Geocities sites rescued by Archive Team in 2009 See more at One Terabyte of Kilobyte Age Photo Op: http://oneterabyteofkilobyteage.tumblr.com/
77 Due to lack of
metadata: • The rescued data was less useful • Really bulky files • Case-sensitive filenames difficult to access and read • Not in a web-ready format (WARC) • The process was less efficient and more error prone • Poor tracking of completed activity • Lots of duplication of data • Took way too long (6 months vs. 3 days) • Could have gotten all the data in a month (estimated)
94 • Small a pool
of volunteers, and their drive didn’t last long • Tools didn’t provide immediate feedback/satisfaction. They had to email their inputs and wait. Photo by psyberartist
95 • 10 most common
words + 10 most common 2-word phrases • Applied to 200,000 items • Much more scalable • Heavily machine assisted: a person can validate data and create collections Photo by James St. John
98 Topics: switch, atari, antenna,
game, cable, terminals, console, television, video, program, power supply, console unit, video computer, game program, computer system, atari game, power switch, switch box, atari video, screw terminals
99 Having the stuff is
vital, the most important thing. But it’s also vital to have a system by which these things are described. “If a person can’t get the information they need, then we’re failing.” Photo by Rachel Lovinger
101 • Jason had converted
to a metadata advocate But I realized that… • Content strategists who care about the long game should think like historians, archivists and futurists, too.
103 • Dutch leader in
academic research and education on biodiversity and taxonomy. • Has a collection of 37 million natural history objects.
104 Describe, understand and explore
biodiversity for human wellbeing and the future of our planet. They do this with: • Accessible collections • Contributions to global scientific research • Awe of natural history • Openly shared knowledge
105 • From 2010 to
June 2015 • 250 staff members & 450 volunteers • Digitizing 7 million objects in detail • Adding metadata for the other 30 million objects
106 • Information is more
easily discovered, studied, and used. • Scientists worldwide can access it directly online, without assistance. • Some of this data has never been available in digital form before.
107 • Scientific name •
Where it was found • When it was found • Who found it “Objects [in the collection] have no scientific value without this information.” - Suzanne de Jong-Kole