https://youtu.be/373v2ZYcflk I just finished posting a new video on YouTube - it's really just a collection of shorter videos from my phone, shot over the course of one or two days around the house. This is the longest video I've ever posted, it's over an entire minute in length (😂) Hope you enjoy it, give … Continue reading My new video passes the one minute mark!
Seems like more and more people are turning to YouTube to keep themselves occupied while staying at home during the Covid-19 pandemic, and so why shouldn't I as well? That's right, here's your chance to get in on the ground floor of my rise to YouTube fame. Subscribe to my channel and follow along while … Continue reading Join me on YouTube
I'm getting ready to go back to work next week, from home. This is exciting since I've been recovering, at home, from a bicycle crash for the past six weeks. Since I've been on medical leave I haven't had access to my work email. Imagine your inbox after six weeks of not checking it, and … Continue reading ramping up / ready to consult
as I'm recovering, pretty much recovered now, from a bicycle crash, this coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) is sweeping the land. People are self-isolating, which I'm used to. Stores are running out of things because people are panic-buying and hoarding. I was scheduled to go back to work next Monday, but it looks like I might be … Continue reading still at home
yeah, just over a month ago I crashed hard on my bicycle. It was a fast, group night ride. No car or other riders involved. I was taken by ambulance to the nearest emergency room where I was x-rayed and checked out. Broken pelvis, sacrum, clavicle and pinky. I'm very glad it wasn't worse. I've … Continue reading recovering from broken bones
From the Library of Congress: "In order to promote and support the responsible and trustworthy management of the Library’s vast digital collections, the Digital Collections and Management Services (DCMS) Division of the Library of Congress works to identify, collocate, document, and coordinate guidance across the Library’s various departments of collection custodians."https://loc.gov/programs/digital-collections-management/about-this-program/Tweet
Yesterday, on Twitter, I asked "AskAnArchivist (any archivist): what's your least favorite (but important) task?" Here are some of the responses: The Poly ArchivesScanning - definitely scanning. 1) handling delicate materials 2) takes forever for hi-res 3) makes lots of noise But, access is important! GC Spec CollectionsMetadata, sorry. #AskAnArchivist Schenectady Hist SocEntering metadata-it can … Continue reading Yesterday was #AskAnArchivist day