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Awesome Metadata

Posted by Janine Delaney on 6 August 2015 | 2 Comments

You don’t tend to get those words together in the same string, but what’s exciting me about metadata at this point is the creative possibilities that it offers. For most of my time in archives & libraries, metadata seems to have been primarily about standards and those standards were primarily about interoperability. So metadata that works for computers... but what about metadata that works for people?

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Graph Databases 101

Posted by Chris Dempsey on 28 February 2015 | 0 Comments

You may have heard the term 'graph database' and how they provide the magic behind facebook, Google, Twitter and seemingly everything else on the web today. What exactly is a graph database, and why should you be interested in them? Let me explain.

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Content Moderation – opening your metadata to the masses

Posted by Chris Dempsey on 13 January 2015 | 0 Comments

A discussion we’re often having is around content moderation, and which camp you fall into. Are you a guardian who requires all new data to be verified, approved, cleansed and signed off before it goes live? Or are you a libertarian who encourages open and free discussion in your data from a wide and diverse audience? Likely you are somewhere in the middle, happy to have content added, but with a veto on it to remove the chaff and retain the wheat. Let’s have a look at the various options and check out the pros and cons.

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