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Part of my (unassessed) coursework last week was about doing a subject analysis of images. As I learnt very quickly, indexing images is somewhat trickier that indexing written documents. 456 more words
Governments, intelligence organizations, and law enforcement have traditionally made a distinction between collecting data about what I do in public spaces, and what I do in private spaces. 1,017 more words
Gov. Chris Christie isn’t the only person who can use metadata against a politician.
The Associated Press reported Tuesday that Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Il.) has “spent taxpayer and campaign funds on flights aboard private planes owned by some of his key donors.” It discovered this, in part, because of data from Schock’s Instagram. 421 more words
In library news http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2015/02/industry-news/ebsco-buys-ybp/ To an outsider it would appear that a large company was making a acquisition of a smaller company.
To those who deal with cataloging and metadata the deal is much more than that. 257 more words