GoogleMania: le palline di Google Segnalibro 2003

 

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1    The Faceted Classification A faceted classification differs from a traditional one in that it does not assign fixed slots to subjects in sequence, but uses clearly defined, mutually exclusive, and collectively exhaustive aspects, properties, or characteristics of a class or specific subject. Such aspects, properties, or characteristics are called facets of a class or subject, a term introduced into classification theory and given this new meaning by the Indian librarian and classificationist S.R. Ranganathan and first used in his Colon Classification in the early 1930s. 
2    Live 365 Radio Internet (anche sistema veloce per trasmettere) . 
3    InformationR.net molti link interessanti sulla ricerca dell'informazione (information research) . 
4    Babel Arabic Corso di arabo . 
6    Introduzione all'archivistica "Le pagine che seguono non vogliono essere una sorta di "prontuario" di regole e strategie adatte ad ogni tipo di operazione archivistica (dalla consultazione alla gestione, all'organizzazione): ogni archivio è una realtà a sè stante, con una struttura ed una storia uniche ed imprescindibili, e che, come tali, vanno analizzate attentamente. Il corso di "Introduzione agli archivi" è concepito come uno strumento che, almeno in parte, può aiutare a districarsi all'interno delle strutture e delle istituzioni archivistiche, ad entrare in relazione con esse, a comprendere in che modo debbano e possano essere indagate, fruite, organizzate, a percepirne il fascino e la rilevanza storico-culturale." . 
7    e cartoline awful but useful . 
8    Lawrence Lessig blog Founder of the Stanford Center for Internet and Society Author of The Future of Ideas and Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace Chair of the Creative Commons project . 
9    Eldred vs Ashcroft This site collects material related to the ù constitutional challenge of the Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act, which extended by 20 years both existing copyrights and future copyrights.  
10    Statistiche aggiornate sulla popolazione di 200 paesi e molto altro collegato (inquinamento, smaltimento rifiuti e statistiche globali)  
11    Andy's magic start page un punto di partenza per quasi tutto: motori di ricerca, shopping, Cinema, Musica ecc  
12    microlib Micro Librarian Systems (impronte)  
13    Library Planet web log sul pianeta biblioteche  
14    Current Awareness: Application of New Technologies in Libraries The K.U. Leuven Central Library distributes a weekly list of journal articles references pertaining to the application of new technologies in libraries. This services is maintained by Erik Arfeuille and is based on journals recently received by the Vakbibliotheek of the K.U. Leuven Central Library. Cited documents can be obtained through normal Interlibrary Loan. Overview of references are posted every week to the newsgroup belnet.wg-lib and are also distributed to the Digital Libraries Research discussion list (DIGLIB).  
15    Gruppo di lavoro IFLA su FRBR "MARC formats are problematic when it comes to actual linking devices, and FRBR highlights the notion of bibliographic relationships, that are best expressed as actual links. In particular, most MARC formats are rather inadequate in expressing links between authority records. New tools such as XML seem to be more convenient in that regard"  
16    E-Prints in Library and Informations Science "E-LIS is an electronic open access archive for scientific or technical documents, published or unpublished, in Librarianship, Information Science and Technology, and related application activities. E-LIS is an archive to deposit preprints, postprints and other LIS publications, it is a service for finding and downloading documents in electronic format, offered as a free service to the international LIS community. The goal of the E-LIS Archive is to promote communication in the field by the rapid dissemination of papers."  
17    DigitalPreservation.gov La strategia coordinata dalla Library of Congress per la Digital Preservation  
18    All Consuming This page is the result of several different processes. Inspired by Book Watch, I created a script that visits newly updated weblogs hourly via Weblogs.com (if you'd like to let me know that there are books on your page, use weblogs.com's ping form). The script then looks for links to Amazon.com items and saves them. I then aggregate all that information together to find the most frequently mentioned books. My scoring mechanism is weighted to favor recently mentioned books, so that the list remains fresh, and offers new insight into what the weblog community is reading at the moment. All product information is stored on my server after being retrieved from Amazon.com. Likewise, information from Google is also saved for a day before being retrieved again.  
19    Moving theory into practice: digital imaging tutorial This tutorial offers base-level information on the use of digital imaging to convert and make accessible cultural heritage materials. It also introduces some concepts advocated by Cornell University Library, in particular the value of benchmarking requirements before undertaking a digital initiative. You will find here up-to-date technical information, formulas, and reality checks, designed to test your level of understanding. The tutorial can stand on its own, but it is intended to be used in tandem with another product, Moving Theory into Practice: Digital Imaging for Libraries and Archives, by Anne R. Kenney and Oya Y. Rieger (RLG, 2000). This publication picks up where the tutorial leaves off and advocates an integrated approach to digital imaging programs, from selection to access to preservation and management. Over 50 international experts contributed to the intellectual content of this book.  
20    Metadata is essential web writing skill "Metadata is the: who, what, where, when and how, of your content. It is that 30 second elevator description. Metadata may include: heading/title, summary/description, author name, date of publication, geographic classification, subject classification, keywords."  
21    Denton, William. "FRBR and Fundamental Cataloguing Rules." May 2003. "Abstract: IFLA's proposed data model, Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR), arranges bibliographic entities in a new way, using an entity-relationship model that unites the products of intellectual and artistic endeavour, their creators, and their subjects. A catalogue that uses FRBR principles would give the user more helpful information and power over the collection than current catalogues do. This essay looks back at the fundamental laws and objectives of cataloguing and librarianship — as set down by Panizzi, Cutter, Lubetzky, and Ranganathan — and shows how FRBR embodies them. The FRBR entity-relationship model is described, and a possible web-based FRBR-aware catalogue imagined. Current work on FRBR, including experiments done with WorldCat, is examined. FRBR offers great hope for the future of catalogues. "  
22    FEDORA "The Fedora project was established under the auspices of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to build a digital object repository management system based on the Flexible Extensible Digital Object and Repository Architecture (Fedora). The new system, designed to be a foundation upon which interoperable web-based digital libraries, institutional repositories and other information management systems can be built, demonstrates how distributed digital library architecture can be deployed using web-based technologies, including XML and Web services.

Jointly developed by the University of Virginia and Cornell University, the system completely implements the Fedora architecture, adding utilities such as batch creation tools and interactive programs for creating behavior objects that facilitate repository management. The version 1.0 of the software is aimed at providing a repository that can handle one million objects efficiently using only open source software. Later versions of the software will add important functionality, such as policy enforcement, versioning of objects and performance enhancement to support very large repositories.

The software has the following key features:

  • It is written in Java 1.4.
  • A repository is exposed as a Web service and is described using Web Services Description Language (WSDL).Digital object behaviors are implemented as linkages to distributed web services that are expressed using WSDL and implemented via HTTP GET/POST or SOAP bindings.
  • Digital objects are encoded and stored as XML using the Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (METS).
  • All of the software resulting from the project is freely available under an open-source Mozilla Public License."
 
23    Qualche definizione Metadata, Vocabolario controllato, Tassonomia, Thesaurus, Ontologia, Indexing, Content Management System (CMS), Base di conoscenza(Knowledge Base), Business intelligence, Semantic web, Data model, Topic maps ecc  
24    PREMIS In 2001-02, OCLC and RLG convened an expert working group, reflecting a variety of institutional and geographical backgrounds, to consider the types of information falling within the scope of preservation metadata. The group's efforts culminated in the public release of A Metadata Framework to Support the Preservation of Digital Objects (PDF:696K/54pp.), a comprehensive metadata framework describing the information necessary to carry out, document, and evaluate digital preservation processes. Using the metadata framework as a conceptual foundation and starting point for its work, the PREMIS working group will carry forward the activities of the first working group. The focus of the PREMIS group will be on the practical aspects of implementing preservation metadata in digital preservation systems.  
25    First IFLA Meeting of Experts on an International Cataloguing Code / Papers As the FRBR Working Group gets ready for the IFLA meeting in Berlin they have made available discussion, presentation and code comparison papers. Papers include: Buizza, Pino; Guerrini, Mauro: Author and Title Access Point Control Heijligers, Ton: 'Main Entry' into the future? Jonsson, Gunilla: The bibliographic unit in digital context - how to define it? Byrum, John D.: IFLA's ISBD Programme: Purpose, Process, and Prospects Le Boeuf, Patrick: Brave New FRBR World Munnich, Monika; Popst, Hans: Principles for Library Catalogues and other Bibliographic Files . 
26    ILL: mucca sacra o servizio vitale ma non sono d'accordo con la tesi; Per altri ILL è ancora importante
27    Come si scrive per il web A key element in the success (or otherwise) of any Website is the information it provides. If you want your site to stand out from the Internet crowd, you need to provide the most Web-friendly content you can. And given the volumes of text on the Web, making sure that what you write is Web friendly is obviously important. . 
28    OCLC vs Google / Tim Bray Uno dei padri di XML mette a confronto WorldCat e Google . 
29    Semantic studios Information architecture and strategy . 
30    Challenges and Opportunities Presented by Archiving in the Electronic Era / Kevin M. Guthrie In building an electronic archive of scholarly journals, JSTOR has found that important decisions must be made in five broad areas: technology, backup and preservation, relationships with content owners, relationships with content users, and economic sustainability. Perhaps most importantly, however, we believe that that the discussion of archiving needs to be centered not so much upon how it should be done, but on the proper organizations that should be taking on the responsibility. The job of insuring the long-term availability of electronic materials is a dynamic challenge that resists once-and-for-all solutions; and therefore requires the dynamic and flexible capabilities of organizations with a mission specifically directed toward providing this service. . 
31    RSS Tutto su RSS . 
32    marc4j The goal of MARC4J is to provide an easy to use Application Programming Interface (API) for working with MARC records in Java. MARC stands for MAchine Readable Cataloguing and is a widely used exchange format for bibliographic data. MARC4J can be considered a parser with SAX and DOM like interfaces for MARC . 
33    Web services Pro e contro i Web services . 
34    Visual Net for Libraries Product Information Visual Net for Libraries is a Visual Browse Engine that guides patrons to relevant library holdings more intuitively. Unlike current library systems, which require significant skill and knowledge of users to navigate resources electronically, Visual Net applies a graphical interface to your OPAC for efficient point-and-click navigation. . 
35    Plain text Plain Text occasionally produces a short, irreverent email newsletter reporting from the frontline of the communications battleground. Entirely subjective and highly opinionated, the Plain Text Gazette will point you to all that's best and worst in the world of business communication, and will feature useful hints and resources for good writing. . 
36    Gantt e Pert cosa sono ... . 
37    Looking Glass Vedersi allo specchio dal Canada . 
38    Metadati e definizioni I was explaining what a database is to my gf the other day (she got it in about 90 seconds), and I've been thinking about structured content a lot lately. Here are some thoughts (some extremely basic). . 
39    Metadata Glossary In an attempt to summarize the relationship among various metadata formats and how they relate to building Internet systems I wrote a glossary. I then ordered and tied the terms together with a bit of narrative to explain the relationships among the terms . 
40    SEPIADES advisory report on cataloguing photographic collections. April 1993 Come si descrive una raccolta fotografica . 
41    TechSoup technology place for nonprofits . 
42    PAC - Public Access Computing Supporto tecnico alle biblioteche finanziato dalla Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation . 
43    WebJunction an online community of libraries and other agencies sharing knowledge and experience to provide the broadest public access to information technology. . 
44    Il Blog di Palikao Palikao è nata il 1 aprile. Non ridete, non sorridete, non parlate... conosco già tutti gli scherzi che volete dirmi e spuntano dalle vostre labbra... Si accettano e saranno vagliate nuove proposte. . 
45    Netcraft Statistiche mondiali sui webserver . 
46    Greg's digital retouching portfolio Each link above leads to sample image galleries that showcase work I have done for design studios, advertising agencies and digital pre-press houses. Inside each gallery, you will find thumbnail links. When clicked upon, these thumbnail links will zoom into different areas of each image. Rolling the mouse over these images will display the original scan before it was retouched. All of the original scans in these galleries were supplied. I am only taking credit for the retouching, not the photography. These are only on display for the purposes of showcasing my portfolio and should never be distributed.  
47    L'evoluzione dell'RSS: ECHO? Why are you doing this? RSS is five years old. It was designed for news sites, a way for them to list the stories they had. Things are different now, and RSS is mostly used as a way of sending around the content of weblogs. RSS has been kludged and pushed into this world, but it doesn't really fit. In other words, you're building a better RSS. Well, what we're doing isn't just a replacement for RSS -- it's also a chance to unify the blogging formats. Now, if you want to build a weblog tool like NetNewsWire that can both read and write weblogs, you need to know a variety of different formats and protocols: HTTP, XML-RPC, RSS 0.9, RSS 0.91, RSS 0.92, RSS 1.0, RSS 2.0, the Blogger API, the MetaWeblog API, the new Blogger API, etc. We'd like to make this just one format (Echo) and one protocol (HTTP). . 
48    RyanAir The low fares airline . 
49    VolareWeb Low cost made in Italy . 
50    The Informed Librarian Online THE INFORMED LIBRARIAN ONLINE is a monthly compilation of the most recent tables of contents from over 275 titles - valuable domestic and foreign library and information-related journals, e-journals, magazines, e-magazines, newsletters and e-newsletters. View the list in subject collections. This current awareness service helps keep you informed and abreast of all library trends. It is an easy, timesaving way to tame your professional reading tiger, and is very popular among all types of library and information professionals. . 
51    The Organizational Model for Open Source Programmers contribute to free software and open source projects for many reasons—some for the fun of it, some to improve their skills, others for a paycheck. Many people have wondered why these people give their work away. The truth is that many projects have incorporated in order to protect themselves from individual liability. Since the Free Software Foundation was founded in 1985, a number of new nonprofit foundations have formed, often around specific technologies, to serve the interests of programmers. . 
52    Biblio Tech Review Library automation, software, business and reviews from Biblio Tech . 
53    myOAI my.OAI is a full-featured search engine to a selected list of metadata databases from the Open Archives Initiative project. . 
54    Serendipità "Mostly this Serendipity website is a libertarian, anti-fascist, anti-war, anti-Zionist and anti-prison-planet website, asserting the natural right of people everywhere to pursue their lives, interests and pleasures free from harmful childhood conditioning, from exploitation and domination by covert political and economic forces which seek to enslave them and from repressive authoritarian governments, rapacious capitalist corporations, mendacious religious organizations, fraudulent international bankers and the unholy alliance among all of these which works to deprive the common people of all countries of their freedom, health, happiness and the full realization of their spiritual potential" . 
55    PPTP Protocol " Pigeon Packet Transfer Protocol - (PPTP) is a new revolutionary wireless packet transfer technology. Instead of physical cable media, network packets are attached to the backs of pigeons and transferred between locations by air." . 
56    Denton, William. "FRBR and Fundamental Cataloguing Rules." May 2003 "This is another essay I wrote in the spring of 2003 for Prof. Clare Beghtol's course on the theory of classification and knowledge organization, at the Faculty of Information Studies at the University of Toronto. It was a fascinating course. We didn't talk about FRBR but I had become interested in it after reading a mention in American Libraries (reference below), and it tied in to topic maps and ontologies and all that, so I made it the subject of my final essay, this twenty-two-pager. I'm glad I did. It's a great topic, and reading Lubetzky was a treat. (He died, aged 103, while I was researching this." . 
57    Cataloghi per Buffalo "netCatalog is based on 100% native XML documents extracted from data in the old UB Libraries' BISON Catalog. This new catalog is syncronized with the old Bison Catalog every night, and the new search engine indexes new and changed catalog pages immediately. This offers a more up-to date catalog since in the old Bison catalog, some indexes are updated only once a month". . 
58    Tutto sul calendario "In questa pagina troverete tutto quello che avreste sempre voluto sapere sul calendario e non avete mai osato chiedere..." . 

 

Giovanni Bergamin Segnalibro 2003
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