I sure miss the days of supporting the H5P Kitchen project — if anything really hits the elements of the olde 5 Rs, to me, it’s the portability, platform independence, downloadability, reusability of H5P plus, the thing fe really love, built in metadata. So when I spotted a reshare of this University Affairs online article […]
My last long winded nerdy post on image accessibility veered far off the path of possible interest from anyone (or maybe everyone is too busy trying to sort out their move to Mastodon). The thing is, my brain is not done with this. Most of the things I whinged on depended on systems, tools to […]
I don’t dislike metadata at all. It does wonderful things to organize heaps of media, content. But it sometimes leaving me… cold. A tweet from Bryan Alexander got this mind clicking. It’s a great story. The Ed Bacon Project is uploading thousands of photos (all with open licenses) documenting the city of Philadelphia, asking the […]
Principles of Distributed Representation
“Not another metadata talk” he promises…. since Stephen puts his presentations online, and I saw him turn on Audacity to record his own session, I am bowing out of taking copious notes (well no, I changed my mind, see below)
While the intros are going, Stephen has a nice slide show of his photos from a visit to Aspen.
Before the notes, it’s worth saying that Stephen in person is how he is in hos written work – deeply thoughtful, self effacing, sarcastic, humorous, challenging…) also in his presentation, note the use of references and information just published yesterday.
And Stephen was on spot- challenging us, saying boldly what is crap and what is not… curious to hear from others how it was heard.
Onto a few notes (Cyprien Lomas was taking more detailed notes than I, but trying to do it together in SubEthaEdit, we ended up stomping on each other…)