Interesting links

Monday, July 12th, 2010

Below you’ll see some interesting reading material which could be useful one way or the other for our project Images for the Future (and of course other digitization projects). Click here for previous links

 

Interesting links

Monday, June 28th, 2010

Below you’ll see some interesting reading material which could be useful one way or the other for our project Images for the Future (and of course other digitization projects). Click here for previous links

 

Interesting links

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

Below you’ll see some interesting reading material which could be useful one way or the other for our project Images for the Future (and of course other digitization projects). Click here for previous links. Some of the entries are in Dutch.

1. Blue Ribbon taskforce – final report
2. Report ‘National hosting strategy’ digital content
3. New litigation campaign quietly targets tens of thousands of movie downloaders
4. Wikimedia Nederland en bibliotheken gaan samenwerken
5. Spain: Non-Commercial File Sharing Is Legal
6. Digitalisering Nederlandse Cinema
7. Tweede uitbreiding van De Basis voltooid
8. Jaarverslag Europeana
9. Publicatie BMICE aangeboden aan Tweede Kamer

 

Interesting links

Monday, March 15th, 2010

Below you’ll see some interesting reading material which could be useful one way or the other for our project Images for the Future (and of course other digitization projects). Click here for previous links. Some of the entries are in Dutch.

1. Exporting metadata to portals
2. Society doesn’t know how to deal with abundance
3. Viral video producers want to charge you to embed their videos
4. Wikimedia Nederland en bibliotheken gaan samenwerken
5. Amsterdams Historisch Museum zet collectie online met CC-licentie
6. Prioritizing Digitization – Presentation Transcript
7. Downloadverbod vertraagd door val kabinet
8. Exclusive: How Google’s Algorithm Rules the Web

 

Interesting links

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

Below you’ll see some interesting reading material which could be useful one way or the other for our project Images for the Future (and of course other digitization projects). Click here for previous links. Some of the entries are in Dutch.

1. EU online library needs ‘more and better’ content

2. iTunes verkoopt tienmiljardste nummer
3. Audio-visual heritage of Canada at risk
4. Crowd-Sourced Digitization Kicks Off
5. Rapport Nederlandse erfgoedinstellingen en born-digital erfgoed
6. Politiek Archief online
7. Teaching computers how to forget
8. Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen krijgt vier ton van BankGiro Loterij voor Art Rocks

 

Interesting links

Monday, February 15th, 2010

Below you’ll see some interesting reading material which could be useful one way or the other for our project Images for the Future (and of course other digitization projects). Click here for previous links. Some of the entries are in Dutch.

1. Eindrapport Numeric Study over omvang en kosten digitaal erfgoed in Europa
2. British Library Timelines: Sources from History
3. National Archives Joins the Flickr Commons
4. Europese Hof buigt zich over copyrightconflict Belgacom en Sabam
5. What Project Canvas could mean for the future of media usage
6. Context is King: How Videos Are Found And Consumed Online
7. What we’ll pay for on the Web
8. Vara: producenten zetten internet fout in
9. Bijna 150 miljoen extra voor digitaliseren rijksarchieven
10. Gratis content is niet meer vanzelfsprekend – Verwachtingen voor 2010
11. New Europeana Projects: JUDAICA Europeana and EUscreen

 

Interesting links

Friday, January 29th, 2010

Below you’ll see some interesting reading material which could be useful one way or the other for our project Images for the Future (and of course other digitization projects). Click here for previous links. Some of the entries are in Dutch.

1. Lawrence Lessig calls Google Book Settlement a Path to Insanity
2. Nationaal Archief moet open standaard gebruiken
3. The Public Domain Manifesto
4. YouTube Music Discovery Project : Find, Mix, Watch
5. Open Content Emerges as Top “Technology to Watch” in 2010
6. EUscreen project website online
7. DEN themadossier over vindbaarheid

 

Interesting links

Tuesday, January 12th, 2010

Below you’ll see some interesting reading material which could be useful one way or the other for our project Images for the Future (and of course other digitization projects). Click here for previous links. Some of the entries are in Dutch.

1. Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller,’ ‘Muppets’ movie debut chosen for US Film Registry
2. Is Wikipedia Loves Art getting “better”?
3. KB scant alle Nederlandse publicaties
4. Projectplan Digitalisering Nederlandse Filmsector in de maak
5. BBC and British Library to take joint approach to building digital archive
6. Bits of Freedom: stop het downloadverbod
7. Musea maken ‘Tentoonstelling gemist’
8. Europeana Tops 5 Million Items
9. Plasterk lanceert Wikiwijs voor docenten
10. Business Model Innovatie in het cultureel erfgoed

 

Interesting links

Thursday, December 10th, 2009

Below you’ll see some interesting reading material which could be useful one way or the other for our project Images for the Future (and of course other digitization projects). Click here for previous links. Some of the entries are in Dutch.

1. Foto’s van Hans Aarsman gratis te downloaden

2. Dear Lord Mandelson
3. Geen ‘Digital Europe’ zonder herziening auteursrecht
4. Nationaal Archief chatpilot
6. Digitisation of cultural content in Europe
7. 7,5 miljoen voor digitale bibliotheken
8. Meanwhile in Australia
9. Making metadata fun

 

Interesting links

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

Below you’ll see some interesting reading material which could be useful one way or the other for our project Images for the Future (and of course other digitization projects). Click here for previous links. Some of the entries are in Dutch.

1. Lost films portal
2. Tropenmuseum en Wikipedia werken samen
3. Utrechtse zoekmachine werkt als menselijk brein
4. De Groene over internetpiraterij
5. Petitie tegen bezuinigingen op digitale kennisinfrastructuur
6. Meanwhile in Kenia
7. How the Portland Art Museum is bringing Art to the People