In my post last week, I mentioned a paper that Gordon Dunsire, Jon Phipps and I had written for the IFLA Satellite Meeting in Paris last month “Linked Data in Libraries: Let’s make it happen!” (note the videos!). I wanted to talk about the paper and why we wrote it, but I’m not just going […]
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Some of you have probably noted that we’ve been somewhat quiet recently, but as usual, it doesn’t mean nothing is going on, more that we’ve been too busy to come up for air to talk about it. A few of you might have noticed a tweet from the PBCore folks on a conversation we had […]
[Continuing from a post earlier today] The second, and not unrelated, announcement had to do with the end of printed versions of the Red Books, which have traditionally represented LCSH in its most official form. In the LC report to CC:DA the cessation of publication of the Red Books was announced: In 2012, LC conducted […]
The Library of Congress recently made a couple of announcements, which I’ve been thinking about in the context of the provision of linked data services. In May, LC announced that a ‘reconciliation’ had been done on the LC relators, in part to bring them into conformance with RDA role terms. This is not at all […]