Category Archives: archival context

NISO Information Standard Quarterley on Linked Data

The NISO publication, Information Standards Quarterly, Spring/Summer 2012, is dedicated to Linked Data in Libraries, Archives and Museums. It includes an article on the Linking Lives project. The article can be found at http://www.niso.org/publications/isq/2012/v24no2-3/stevenson/ It includes sections on: the background … Continue reading

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GLAM Rocks! – Libraries, Media & The Semantic Web hosted by the BBC

I had the very great pleasure of speaking at the ‘Libraries, Media & The Semantic Web’ event hosted by the BBC Academy last Wednesday, along with folks from the New York Times, the BBC, Google in the guise of Schema.org, … Continue reading

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Designing an Interface: some first thoughts

One of the aims of the Linking Lives project is to demonstrate the value of Linked Data through the creation of an end-user interface that pulls in content from the Hub Linked Data, including the external data sets we are … Continue reading

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One Person in Context – Working with Biographical Histories

I have been starting to think about the user interface for Linking Lives. We will probably go for something quite simple in terms of layout, because there is quite a bit of complexity when bringing together a range of data … Continue reading

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