If you are somewhere on the repository ouroboros, you are not alone, you are not broken, and you are not hopelessly behind.
A reflection and history of my name as well as a practical guide to writing, sharing, and alphabetizing it.
A step-by-step on PDF redaction using Imagemagick and Paint as tools for a foolproof process. Also a look at the Goddard News historical project.
Intended for folks whose institutions may be using traject to index their MARC records and want to be able to test fields/subfields locally. It's also another way you can engage with and understand your MARC data.
Five years on, a reflection on what purpose the EADiva website does or should serve in the context of archival description. How can it further poor understandings of how we describe things? When is it useful? Where can it do better?
I've just had an article come out in Journal of Archival Organization. You can get a self-archived Author's Accepted Manuscript, etc., here.
I thought I'd write briefly about what I intended to accomplish in it. I was invited as a (now-former) member of TS-EAS to write along the prompt EAD3 and linked data. This seemed extremely in line with my work and some upcoming plans, so I was excited to do so.
An overview of how Goodreads handles technical aspects of author names when they conflict. When two authors have the same name, they use multiple spaces.
An introduction to the basic concepts of RDF, how it can be expressed, and what its potential actually means. This post is aimed at metadata librarians.
Presentation notes and code from a process used to create a local linked data reconciliation service and augment other local metadata in Fedora.