Paregoribib: Tom Elliott's Recent Bookmarks and Citations

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July 02, 2015

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Washington Post Snapshot

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Mark Zuckerberg says the future of communication is telepathy. Here’s how that would actually work.

Type Newspaper Article
Author Caitlin Dewey
URL http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-intersect/wp/2015/07/01/mark-zuckerberg-says-the-future-of-communication-is-telepathy-heres-how-that-would-actually-work/?tid=hpModule_88854bf0-8691-11e2-9d71-f0feafdd1394&hpid=z12
Publication The Washington Post
ISSN 0190-8286
Date 2015-07-01
Accessed 2015-07-02 11:16:12
Library Catalog washingtonpost.com
Language en-US
Abstract Imagine a world where a helmet could transmit your feelings and thoughts -- not just to your friends, but to Facebook.

June 23, 2015

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More than you ever wanted to know about GeoJSON

Type Blog Post
Author Tom MacWright
URL http://www.macwright.org/2015/03/23/geojson-second-bite.html
Date 2015-03-23
Accessed 2015-06-23 12:03:54
Abstract Let's look at GeoJSON in a little more depth, from the ground up. Understanding these concepts will help you understand geospatial data in general, too: the basic concepts behind GeoJSON have been a part of geo since the very beginning.
Blog Title Tom MacWright

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PeriodO Data Model Documentation

Type Document
Author Ryan Shaw
URL https://github.com/periodo/periodo-data
Date 2015
Accessed 2015-06-23 11:56:46
Abstract periodo-data - Examples of PeriodO data for discussion & feedback
Archive GitHub

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Data Type Registries (DTR) Recommendation

Type Report
Author Larry Lannom
Author Daan Broeder
URL https://www.rd-alliance.org/group/data-type-registries-wg/outcomes/data-type-registries-dtr-output.html
Date 2014-04-11
Accessed 2015-06-23 11:54:28
Institution Research Data Alliance (RDA)
Report Type Working Group Recommendation
Abstract The RDA Data Type Registries (DTR) Working Group (WG) was approved at the first RDA Plenary (March 2013, Gothenburg, Sweden). The basic goal of this group was to aid data sharing efforts through improved data typing, specifically to make clear the details and assumptions buried in other peoples’ data. This was seen primarily as a problem in defining a data model appropriate to a wide potential collection of data types, prototyping that model in a registry, and developing a federation strategy across multiple registry instances, all following an analysis of use cases and related efforts. Larry Lannom of CNRI and Daan Broeder of MPI took on the co-chair tasks. The WG attracted a large degree of interest, both at the conceptual level and in the details of the prototype, which the co-chairs took as confirmation of the relevance of the issue. The prototype was successfully deployed and a number of use cases implemented, allowing us to gain experience with DTR issues and discuss the community’s reactions and comments. The scope of the issues involved, however, proved to be too broad especially with respect to community specific typing needs for a single WG and therefore a follow-on WG, provisionally named Data Typing, will be proposed. The follow-on WG will primarily try to identify the data model that will allow people to specify and represent data types from select communities. In the end, the outcomes of the DTR WG can be summarized as: Confirmation that detailed and precise data typing is a key consideration in data sharing and reuse and that a federated registry system for such types is highly desirable and needs to accommodate each community’s own requirements Deployment of a prototype registry implementing one potential data model, against which various use cases can be tested Involvement of multiple ongoing scientific data management efforts, across a variety of domains, in actively planning for and testing the use of data types and associated registries in their data management efforts Integration with one additional RDA WG (Persistent Identifier Types) and at least one Interest Group (RDA/CODATA Materials Data, Infrastructure & Interoperability IG) Development of a set of questions that require further consideration before a detailed recommendation on data typing can be issued. Finally, we believe that the DTR WG served as an excellent example of the benefits that RDA can and will bring to solving the problems of data sharing, by bringing together what would otherwise be disparate domain-specific groups to focus on common problems at the data level as opposed to the domain level. The remainder of this report will provide details on the outcomes summarized above.

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June 22, 2015

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Archival Description for Web Archives

Type Blog Post
Author Christie Peterson
URL https://icantiemyownshoes.wordpress.com/2015/06/12/archival-description-for-web-archives/
Date 2015-06-12
Accessed 2015-06-22 18:10:08
Abstract If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen that the task I set out for myself this week was to devise a way to describe web archives using the tools available to me: Archivists' Toolkit, Archiv...
Blog Title Chaos ---> Order

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New York Times Snapshot

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Can Wikipedia Survive?

Type Newspaper Article
Author Andrew Lih
URL http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/21/opinion/can-wikipedia-survive.html
Publication The New York Times
ISSN 0362-4331
Date 2015-06-20
Accessed 2015-06-22 18:09:21
Library Catalog NYTimes.com
Abstract The rise of mobile devices is worsening a longtime shortage of volunteer editors.

June 19, 2015

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Parallel Programming in Python

Type Blog Post
Author Sebastian Raschka
URL http://sebastianraschka.com/Articles/2014_multiprocessing_intro.html#Multi-Threading-vs.-Multi-Processing
Date 2014-06-20
Accessed 2015-06-19 13:39:00
Blog Title Sebastian Raschka

Parallel Programming in Python

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Hiberlink

Type Web Page
URL http://hiberlink.org/about.html
Accessed 2015-06-19 10:20:42
Abstract The focus of the Hiberlink project is to assess the extent of so-called ‘reference rot’. This two-year study investigates how web links in online scientific and other academic articles fail to lead to the resources that were originally referenced.

hiberlink - About

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The trouble with reference rot

Type Journal Article
Author Jeffrey M. Perkel
URL http://www.nature.com/doifinder/10.1038/521111a
Volume 521
Issue 7550
Pages 111-112
Publication Nature
ISSN 0028-0836, 1476-4687
Date 2015-5-4
DOI 10.1038/521111a
Accessed 2015-06-19 10:13:36
Library Catalog CrossRef

June 15, 2015

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Stewarding Digital Humanities Work on the Web at MITH

Type Blog Post
Author Trevor Muñoz
URL http://mith.umd.edu/stewarding-digital-humanities-work-on-the-web-at-mith/
Date 6/15/2015
Accessed 2015-06-15 18:54:17
Abstract An overview of digital stewardship at MITH, including the underlying principles that have guided our decisions, and key lessons learned.
Blog Title Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities

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June 04, 2015

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Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire (PBE) comes back to life

Type Blog Post
Author John Bradley
URL http://wip.cch.kcl.ac.uk/2015/06/04/prosopography-of-the-byzantine-empire-pbe-comes-back-to-life/
Date 2015-06-04
Accessed 2015-06-04 18:21:56
Abstract One of King’s oldest digital prosopographical project has recently returned to life, and is now freely available online at http://www.pbe.kcl.ac.uk.
Blog Title Digital Humanities: Works in Progress
Short Title Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire (PBE) comes back to life | Digital Humanities

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How to exclude holiday tracks from genius playlists

Type Blog Post
Author Christopher Breen
URL http://www.macworld.com/article/2017845/how-to-exclude-holiday-tracks-from-genius-playlists.html
Date 2012-12-03
Accessed 2015-06-04 14:04:50
Abstract In the case of genius playlists you must indicate to iTunes where you don’t want the genius feature to tread. And you do that by simply switching off the tracks.
Blog Title Macworld

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Ur Project: May 2015

Type Blog Post
Author Brad Hafford
URL http://www.penn.museum/blog/museum/ur-project-may-2015/
Date 2015-06-02
Accessed 2015-06-04 13:47:51
Abstract Metal Tools and Weapons from Ur With yet another look at U.8783 (Penn Museum Number: B17463) Awl, Chisel, or Punch from grave PG 422
Blog Title Penn Museum Blog

Ur Project: May 2015

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June 03, 2015

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Logging configuration

Type Web Page
URL https://docs.python.org/2/library/logging.config.html#logging-config-fileformat
Accessed 2015-06-03 12:46:54
Abstract The following functions configure the logging module. They are located in the logging.config module. Their use is optional — you can configure the logging module using these functions or by making calls to the main API (defined in logging itself) and defining handlers which are declared either in logging or logging.handlers.
Website Title Python 2.7.10 documentation

15.8. logging.config — Logging configuration — Python 2.7.10 documentation

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May 28, 2015

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RDA Vocabulary Services Interest Group

Type Web Page
URL https://rd-alliance.org/groups/vocabulary-services-interest-group.html
Accessed 2015-05-28 19:14:46
Abstract The Vocabulary Service Interest Group (VSIG) seeks to develop community-based recommendations on approaches to publication of controlled vocabularies on the web. Community standard controlled vocabularies are used in metadata annotation and labelling data files to solve problems of ambiguity associated with data markup and also enabling records to be interpreted by computers. This opens up data sets to a whole world of possibilities for computer aided manipulation, distribution and long term reuse. The recommendations of the Vocabulary Service Interest Group will address the needs of research communities for using controlled vocabularies published on the web. The Interest Group aims to represent all stakeholders involved in the controlled vocabulary lifecycle in research domains: content producers; maintainers; and consumers. Discussions topics will include, but are not necessarily be limited to: vocabulary representation; reuse; curation; and interlinking or mapping. These discussions will allow the Interest Group to propose solutions allowing the cross-domain use of vocabularies, including mapping relationships between domains. This Interest Group will help to promote good practices by producers and consumers of controlled vocabularies. The Interest Group will develop a timeline for activities as they form.
Website Title Research Data Alliance (RDA)

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RDA Geospatial Interest Group

Type Web Page
URL https://rd-alliance.org/groups/geospatial-ig.html
Accessed 2015-05-28 17:49:54
Abstract The Geospatial Interest Group is a domain oriented interest group to coordinate and build synergies on topics related to geospatial data. Though there has been lot of developments and advances in geo data collection through mobile communications, sensor platforms, spatial search, and pervasive computing but still, the inter-disciplinary research needed to transform raw data into useful intelligence, to improve the planet's environmental, economic and societal well being, remains constrained by a range of barriers - disciplinary, organisational, historical, and a non-existent or non-rigorous approach to quantifying uncertainty in collected datasets.
Website Title Research Data Alliance (RDA)

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Research Data Alliance

Type Web Page
URL https://rd-alliance.org/
Accessed 2015-05-28 15:22:59
Abstract The Research Data Alliance (RDA) builds the social and technical bridges that enable open sharing of data. The RDA vision is researchers and innovators openly sharing data across technologies, disciplines, and countries to address the grand challenges of society.
Short Title RDA

RDA | Research Data Sharing without barriers

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What is DataONE?

Type Web Page
URL https://www.dataone.org/what-dataone
Accessed 2015-05-28 15:20:45
Abstract Data Observation Network for Earth (DataONE) is the foundation of new innovative environmental science through a distributed framework and sustainable cyberinfrastructure that meets the needs of science and society for open, persistent, robust, and secure access to well-described and easily discovered Earth observational data. Supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation (Phase 1 Grant #ACI-0830944, Phase 2 Grant #ACI-1430508) as one of the initial DataNets, DataONE will ensure the preservation, access, use and reuse of multi-scale, multi-discipline, and multi-national science data via three primary cyberinfrastucture elements and a broad education and outreach program.
Website Title DataONE

What is DataONE? | DataONE

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May 24, 2015

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saffsd/langid.py

Type Computer Program
Programmer Marco Lui
URL https://github.com/saffsd/langid.py
Rights Copyright 2011 Marco Lui <saffsd@gmail.com>. All rights reserved.
Date 2011-
Loc. in Archive saffsd/langid.py
Accessed 2015-05-24 15:29:18
Language Python
Abstract langid.py is a standalone Language Identification (LangID) tool.
Archive GitHub

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Wikidata Suggest

Type Computer Program
Programmer Ed Summers
URL https://github.com/edsu/wikidata_suggest
Date 2015
Loc. in Archive edsu/wikidata_suggest
Accessed 2015-05-24 15:26:14
Language Python
Abstract wikidata_suggest is a simple command line tool for interactively reconciling your data against Wikidata.
Short Title wikidata_suggest
Archive GitHub

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May 21, 2015

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PEP 0008 -- Style Guide for Python Code

Type Web Page
Author Guido van Rossum
Author Barry Warsaw
Author Nick Coghlan
URL https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0008/
Date 05-Jul-2001, 01-Aug-2013
Accessed 2015-05-21 22:32:59
Abstract This document gives coding conventions for the Python code comprising the standard library in the main Python distribution.
Website Title Python Developer's Guide

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May 20, 2015

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Developing and implementing a technical framework for interoperable rights statements

Type Blog Post
Author Mark Matienzo
Author Antoine Isaac
URL http://dp.la/info/2015/05/20/developing-and-implementing-a-technical-framework-for-interoperable-rights-statements/
Date 2015-05-20
Accessed 2015-05-20 21:19:55
Abstract In this post, Mark Matienzo (DPLA) and Antoine Isaac (Europeana Foundation), members of the International Rights Statement Working Group, discuss the key requirements and implementation plan for the technical aspect of the group’s work.
Blog Title Digital Public Library of America Blog

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Zotero: Batch Editing

Type Web Page
URL https://www.zotero.org/support/dev/client_coding/javascript_api#batch_editing
Accessed 2015-05-20 21:15:26
Abstract The JavaScript API can provide a powerful way to script changes to your Zotero library. The common case of search-and-replace is accomplished easily using a basic script.

dev:client_coding:javascript_api [Zotero Documentation]

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North Alabama Wine Tasting Emerges as Winner

Type Blog Post
Author Archaeological Institute of America
URL http://www.archaeological.org/news/aianews/19195
Rights © 2015 Archaeological Institute of America
Date 2015-05-20
Accessed 2015-05-20 14:26:20
Abstract After a week of neck-and-neck competition with the AIA-Charlottesville Society in which a total of nearly 1400 votes were cast, the AIA-North Alabama Society emerged as the winner of the 2015 Best AIA Local Society Program Contest!
Blog Title AIA News

North Alabama Wine Tasting Emerges as Winner - Archaeological Institute of America

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Climatic variability and human impact during the last 2000 years in western Mesoamerica: evidences of late Classic and Little Ice Age drought events

Type Journal Article
Author A. Rodríguez-Ramírez
Author M. Caballero
Author P. Roy
Author B. Ortega
Author G. Vázquez-Castro
Author S. Lozano-García
URL http://www.clim-past-discuss.net/11/1887/2015/
Volume 11
Issue 3
Pages 1887-1911
Publication Climate of the Past Discussions
ISSN 1814-9359
Date May 20, 2015
Journal Abbr Clim. Past Discuss.
DOI 10.5194/cpd-11-1887-2015
Accessed 2015-05-20 13:23:25
Library Catalog Copernicus Online Journals
Abstract Results are presented from biological (diatoms and ostracodes) and non-biological (Ti, Ca/Ti, total inorganic carbon, magnetic susceptibility) proxy analyses from an 8.8 m long laminated, high resolution (~20 yr sample−1) sediment sequence from lake Santa María del Oro (SMO), in western Mexico. This lake is at a sensitive location between the dry climates of northern Mexico, under the influence of the north Pacific High Pressure Subtropical Cell and the moister climates of central Mexico, under the influence of the seasonal migration of the Intertropical Convergence Zone and the North American Monsoon (NAM). The sequence covers that last 2000 years and gives evidence of two periods of human impact in the lake, shown by increases in Achnanthidium minutissimum, the first related with the Shaft and Chamber Tombs Cultural Tradition from 100 BC to AD 300 and a second late Postclassic occupation from AD 1100 to 1300. Both periods correspond to relatively wet conditions. The sequence also gives evidence of three dry intervals with high carbonates, ostracodes and aerophilous Eolimna minima concentrations. The first, from AD 500 to 1000 (most intense from AD 600 to 800), correlates with the end of the Shaft and Chamber Tradition after ca. AD 600. This late Classic dry period is the most important climatic signal for the Mesoamerican region during the last 2000 years, as it has been recorded at several sites from Yucatan to the Pacific coast. In the Yucatan area this dry interval has been related with the demise of the Maya culture between AD 850 and 950. The last two dry events correspond with the onset and late Little Ice Age (1400 to 1550 and 1690 to 1770), and follow the Spörer and Maunder minima in solar radiation. The first of these intervals (1400–1550) shows the most intense signal over western Mexico, however this pattern changes at other sites. Dry/wet intervals in the SMO record are related with lower/higher intensity of the NAM over this region.
Short Title Climatic variability and human impact during the last 2000 years in western Mesoamerica

Clim. Past Discuss. PDF

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Clim. Past Discuss. Snapshot

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Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre

Type Web Page
URL http://nsc.iseas.edu.sg/
Date 2009-
Accessed 2015-05-20 13:20:55
Abstract The Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, pursues research on historical interactions among Asian societies and civilisations. It serves as a forum for comprehensive study of the ways in which Asian polities and societies have interacted over time through religious, cultural, and economic exchanges and diasporic networks.
Website Title Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre, ISEAS

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Communication across Mainland Southeast Asia: The Living Angkor Road

Type Blog Post
URL http://www.southeastasianarchaeology.com/2015/05/19/communication-across-mainland-southeast-asia-the-living-angkor-road/
Date 2015-05-19
Accessed 2015-05-20 13:11:44
Abstract The Living Angkor Road Project: Connectivity within Ancient Mainland Southeast Asia Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, Spring 2015
Blog Title SEAArch: The Southeast Asian Archaeology Newsblog

Communication across Mainland Southeast Asia: The Living Angkor Road | SEAArch - The Southeast Asian Archaeology Newsblog

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May 19, 2015

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25.hutton.pdf

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Project MUSE Snapshot

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Project MUSE Full Text PDF

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Digital Scholarship in Classical Studies: A View from the End of the Suda

Type Journal Article
Author William Hutton
URL https://muse.jhu.edu/journals/syllecta_classica/v025/25.hutton.html
Volume 25
Issue 25
Pages 173-191
Publication Syllecta Classica
ISSN 2160-5157
Date 2014
Extra <p>Volume 25, 2014</p>
Accessed 2015-05-19 19:23:12
Library Catalog Project MUSE
Abstract The Suda On-Line began in 1998 in the early days of the revolution of computer applications for research in the classical studies. The recent completion of the project provides an opportunity for a retrospective look at the history of that revolution and a glance at its possible future courses.
Short Title Digital Scholarship in Classical Studies

Managing Metadata for Image Collections

Type Blog Post
Author Karen Smith-Yoshimura
URL http://hangingtogether.org/?p=5130
Date 2015-04-09
Accessed 2015-05-19 14:34:20
Abstract That was the topic discussed recently by OCLC Research Library Partners metadata managers, initiated by Naun Chew of Cornell and Stephen Hearn of the University of Minnesota. Focus group members manage a wide variety of image collections presenting challenges for metadata management. In some cases image collections that developed outside the library and its data models need to be integrated with other collections or into new search environments. Depending on the nature of the collection and its users, questions concerning identification of works, depiction of entities, chronology, geography, provenance, genre, subjects (“of-ness” and “about-ness”) all present themselves; so do opportunities for crowdsourcing and interdisciplinary research.
Blog Title hangingtogether.org

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