my projects

ATHICA MYSTERY TRIENNIAL [Art Exhibit]

ATHICA MYSTERY TRIENNIAL 2nd ATHICA MYSTERY TRIENNIAL! May 17th, 2014 – June 15th, 2014 Opening Reception: Saturday, May 17th, 2014 Admission: $10 members, $15 non-members / 6 – 9 PM Pre-Order for just $10Catering by: The National, Marti’s at Midday + George’s Lowcountry Table Join us for this unique spring fundraiser! Over 100 regional artists were invited to create 5” x 7” works to be hung ...

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Programming advice

So, someone asked me how I learned all of the web stuff that I know. It’s a combination of a lot of different resources but what I finally realized is the secret to everything (perhaps, even life itself): All you really need to understand is the structure, some of the basic commands, and how the code works. With that and a good cheatsheet, you can ...

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Adventures in pinning – pinterest = visual bookmarking? scrapbooking?

So, I’ve been experimenting with pinterest, which up until now, has been predominantly used by women over 50. To be honest, initially, I could have cared less about pinterest. I really couldn’t see a reason to use it as it seemed to be all DIY, crafts, fashion, recipes, and childcare stuff…  kind of a glittery glued, bubblegum, hearts and flowers stickered sorority bulletin board…  Confession ...

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One world, one blog – merging identities, merging blogs

robinart 2006ish So, I had a personal/art blog over at my domain (robinart.com) from 2004-2007 (prior to that, it was just a very simple site). This blog was an early experiment in using a CMS (Content Management System); originally, a photoblog (more about  the software & history here); later, a place to talk about software, my projects, and life in general. It was a good run, ...

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Semantic web, linked data – libraries in Georgia

Laura, Doug & I will be discussing linked data, semantic web and library projects (including what Emory is up to) at COMO on Thursday. I will also be doing a more general metadata session on Thursday morning. In addition to all of that Doug and Laura have started GLAMLOD as a discussion group for linked data, semantic web, and metadata topics — not necessarily limited ...

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Semantic Web Technologies & Social Search (Introduction to Metadata)

This first chapter outlines the book but also includes a nice overview of metadata and how it fits into the web at large (and really all of the records we create). If you are new to metadata or interested in learning how metadata works on the web (& perhaps, try a few projects), you are definitely the audience we were targeting. While the context of ...

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