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Yet Another "Blockchain for Provenance" System

In the short decade since the Nakamoto paper [5] cryptocurrency enthusiasts have put forward a variety of use cases for blockchains and cryptocurrencies.  It is notable that most of the exciting use cases aren’t actually in the canonical paper itself, and most of them have yet to prove out in the real world. 1,088 more words


Guest post: Exploring historical gender inequality in prize and gift books

This guest post comes from Lauren O’Hagan, PhD candidate in the School of English, Communication and Philosophy, who is researching early 20th century book inscriptions and reading practices in Great Britain. 2,150 more words

Alison Harvey

Seeking sustainable restaurants in London 

Photo credit: Foodism

We’re becoming increasingly aware of the many environmental and social impacts of our everyday actions, and many of us want to make changes to lead a more conscious lifestyle. 781 more words


Interview: Brian Kenny on Beginning with the End in Mind

Who would know better how to begin with the end in mind than the manager of an artist’s estate? TOA spoke with artist Brian Kenny about his job, his practice, and the wisdom of not throwing your work in canals. 1,087 more words

Adding to the story of Ms. Codex 615

Last week we were delighted to receive an email from Dr. Christoph Egger of the Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung about Ms. Codex 615, a fourteenth-century manuscript from Bohemia of Alain de Lille’s… 181 more words

Manuscript Research

B2B Beyond The Material - Interview with Mohawk Fine Papers' Creative Director Christopher Harrold

Can the principles of Ueber-Branding be applied to B2B brands, to elevate them in the minds of professional buyers and make them ‘priceless’ … or at least less dependent on price?  590 more words

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Provenance:An Introduction To PROV TXT

Abstract Download Free Sample The World Wide Web is now deeply intertwined with our lives, and has become a catalyst for a data deluge, making vast amounts of data Following the recent publication of the PROV standard for provenance on the Web, which the two authors actively help shape in the Provenance Working Group at the World Wide Web Consortium, this Synthesis lecture is a hands-on introduction to PROV aimed at Web and linked data professionals. 297 more words