In this CMSWire article, David Diamond discusses some methods using timelines as a means to help catalogue assets. I found this quite a good item because it offers some practical advice on how to catalogue, which is the challenge that presents itself shortly after you have realised you need …Continue reading »
Andrew Manone has written this post on his own Damaged Workflow blog with a topical twist (for those that follow the US elections, at least) where he adapts the “Vote early, vote often” message to “Tag early, tag often”:
“The tongue-in-cheek phrase about voting when applied to metadata would …Continue reading »
Jonathan Studiman, writing on his personal products of the industrial age blog discusses some improvements he and his colleagues made to a DAM system he is implementing for The City of Toronto’s Clerk’s Office and City Planning departments. The main point of interest in the article is that the system …Continue reading »
David Diamond, from one of DAM News’ featured DAM vendors, Picturepark has written an article for CMSWire: Forget the Buzzwords, Focus on the Work. There were a couple of quotes that I found especially noteworthy:
“We like buzzwords because they fool us into thinking things are moving …Continue reading »
On CMSwire,com, Henrik de Gyor has written an article Should I Auto-tag or Crowdsource my Metadata.
The summary of the post is that there are a combination of either automated methods and crowdsourcing techniques which can potentially be used for asset metadata cataloguing, but you need to test each …Continue reading »