Monthly Archives: July 2014

Linking science and humanities

Here is a fascinating page called Living Books About Life with many books of open scholarship seeking to link science and the humanities. The article within are intended to be evolving, although a “frozen” pdf of each is available. Digitize Me, … Continue reading

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Flickr does video?!

Thomas Christensen from the amazing Danish Film Institute revealed at the History, Cinema Digital Archives conference that DFI are using Flickr for testing upload of public domain work instead of YouTube: better control of rights it seems.  Let’s see how … Continue reading

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History, Cinema, Digital Archives Conference.

Terrific three days at the History, Cinema, Digital Archives Conference at ANU curated by Jill Matthews. Great to engage with researchers and professional in an area very close to (well, overlapping really) my own. Unlike the first time I spoke to … Continue reading

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Splinters Procession demo c1991

Splinters working on some procession moves in Tuggeranong, ACT about 1991, with early Snuff Puppets. Tuggeranong was a very recent urban development at that time.

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