Re: [MCN-L] Fellow COBOAT and/or OAICatMuseum users?

2019-11-26 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
for systems security might arise there, the group currently requires approval to join; we may revisit that if it seems needlessly cumbersome. You can request access here: https://groups.google.com/d/forum/coboat-oaicatmuseum all best, Rob On 2019-11-18 17:08, Rob Lancefield on lists wrote: Hello

[MCN-L] Fellow COBOAT and/or OAICatMuseum users?

2019-11-18 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello all, If your institution uses COBOAT and/or OAICatMuseum to extract, transform, and/or serve your collections data, and if you'd like to connect informally with people in other institutions that also use those tools at present, please let me know on- or off-list. We're interested in

Re: [MCN-L] Institutional policy on stalking/harassing/DV

2019-09-20 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello Meredith and all, There's information about Yale's and Wesleyan's relevant policies at the links below. These policies apply fully to the museums and other nested institutions at those universities.

[MCN-L] Job: Davison Art Center Registrar and Collections Manager

2019-08-13 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello all, The position of Davison Art Center Registrar and Collections Manager, a university art collections registrar/manager (and collections information manager) job, has just posted at Wesleyan University. (I'm not involved in hiring for the position, by the way; it's a recrafted

[MCN-L] Jobs: Davison Art Center Project Photographer & Specialists (June-August 2019, CT)

2019-03-12 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello all, The Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (Middletown, Connecticut) has opened three temporary positions for a summer project entailing rapid photography of works of art on paper, with associated image and metadata preparation. Details are in the postings. This collection

Re: [MCN-L] Imaging opinions on the Equalight 3 Tool

2018-10-22 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi Liz and all, Equalight is one of several well-regarded tools for what's often call "flat-fielding" exposure across the full extent of an image: in effect, pixel-mapping any uneven illumination or lens-based falloff based on reference to an exposure made of an unvaried sheet of (nearly) white

Re: [MCN-L] Open access but fees for publishers?

2017-02-23 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi all, +1 for "applicable fees are calculated based on the work requested." As Peter and Amalyah point out, it's important to separate out the question of (1) licensing fees as such (if open access, =zero) from (2) service charges if special services are needed to fulfill the request. An

Re: [MCN-L] Internal image use policies

2016-10-19 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi Perian and all, With images of public domain works here in the Davison Art Center collection, anyone (museum staff, parent university staff, or public) is free to do whatever they want under our open access images policy. That said, if a given use were to be for a public-facing

[MCN-L] AAM 2017 session proposals deadline is September 2

2016-08-23 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello everyone, For another ten days (ticking clock!), the American Alliance of Museums will be accepting session proposals for AAM 2017 (St. Louis, May 7–10). The AAM 2017 Program Committee aims to populate twelve program tracks with a wide range of topics, interactive session formats, and

[MCN-L] Happy 20th Birthday, MCN-L!

2016-03-09 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi everyone, Just for fun, it's worth noting that today is MCN-L's 20th birthday. The list launched on March 9, 1996: back when HTML 2.0 was the latest, greatest version, as were Macintosh System 7.5.3 and Windows 95. 1996 also was the year when the first significant number of museum websites

[MCN-L] Jobs: Davison Art Center Project Photographer & Specialists (June-July 2016, CT)

2016-02-09 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello all, The Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (Middletown, Connecticut) has opened three temporary positions for a summer project entailing rapid photography of works of art on paper, with associated image and metadata preparation. Details are in the postings. This collection

Re: [MCN-L] Artifact photography organizations or conferences?

2015-10-15 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi Ellice, First to mind is ImageMuse, which I'd recommend highly: http://imagemuse.org/ https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/ImageMuse/info Hope this helps! Rob Rob Lancefield Manager of Museum Information Services / Registrar of Collections Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University 301 High

Re: [MCN-L] Searchable MCN-L archive is complete

2015-05-30 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Thanks, Matt. Great work! Just for the record, everyone, the content we folded in from my saved postings from the earliest years is somewhat selective, based on pruning I did for a personal email migration long ago; so there are fewer announcements and such than were actually posted to MCN-L back

Re: [MCN-L] hit me with your tech-related acronyms!

2015-02-11 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
And then there are the justa acronyms (apocryphal retronyms or real): JAVA (once upon a time, wrongly rumored by some to stand for Just Another Vague Acronym, but it's not an acronym at all*) JBOD (real: Just a Bunch Of Disks: multiple drives not configured as a RAID** array) Rob *

[MCN-L] Jobs: Davison Art Center Project Photographer Specialists (June-July 2015, CT)

2015-02-10 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello all, The Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (Middletown, Connecticut) has just opened three temporary positions for a summer imaging project entailing rapid photography of works of art on paper, with associated image and metadata preparation. Position details are in the postings,

Re: [MCN-L] hit me with your tech-related acronyms!

2015-02-10 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi Carissa and all, Okay, I'll bite, starting with a key one that's not tech-specific: ROI, BI, CRM (CRM in the Constituent Relationship Management sense), LIDO, CIDOC-CRM (this CRM in the different, Conceptual Reference Model sense), FADGI, AAT, ULAN, TGN, DAM, and CMS--with both meanings of

Re: [MCN-L] Digitizing Photographs

2015-01-22 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Matt and all, As two cents from a non-conservator who cares for a collection of works of art on paper (including their digital imaging), these days camera-based capture does most often tend to be best--safe, accurate, fast--with these materials, but each situation can be different. Your one

Re: [MCN-L] Proposal deadline [now Jan. 5] for IST Archiving 2015 (Los Angeles, May 2015)

2014-12-17 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
/ Registrar of Collections Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University 301 High Street, Middletown CT 06459-0487 USA rlancefield [at] wesleyan [dot] edu | tel. 860.685.2965 On 12/8/14 12:35 PM, Rob Lancefield on lists wrote: Hi all, Just a reminder that abstract submissions are due today for the next IST

[MCN-L] Proposal deadline today for IST Archiving 2015 (Los Angeles, May 2015)

2014-12-08 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi all, Just a reminder that abstract submissions are due today for the next IST Archiving conference (Getty Center, Los Angeles, May 19-22, 2015). Relevant topics involve original work in technical areas related to digital archiving, including: * Digital Preservation * Infrastructure,

Re: [MCN-L] Crowdfunding at MCN 2014

2014-11-10 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Len and all, A recent one that springs to mind is Portland's Newspace Center for Photography--not strictly a museum, but maybe close enough here as a nonprofit focused on art education and exhibition in a public gallery. They just ran a successful Kickstarter campaign to launch a curatorial

[MCN-L] Simplifying Museum Content Contribution - open discussion at AAM

2014-05-16 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello all, As part of an ongoing conversation about ideas that could make it easier for museums to contribute digital images and metadata to multiple aggregators of such content, there will be an open meeting this Sunday, May 18, 2014, at AAM in Seattle. This follows on conversations at WebWise

[MCN-L] [IT SIG:] Password Needed for Files

2014-02-19 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi Jeff (and all), It looks as though that page has an error regarding the email address. I'll ping you off-list in a few minutes after checking on that. best regards, Rob Rob Lancefield Manager of Museum Information Services / Registrar of Collections Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University

[MCN-L] Google Open Gallery or Google Cultural Institute, anyone?

2014-01-23 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Lenore and all, This should work: http://googlepolicyeurope.blogspot.ca/2013/12/online-exhibitions-made-easy-with.html best regards, Rob Rob Lancefield Manager of Museum Information Services / Registrar of Collections Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University 301 High Street, Middletown CT

[MCN-L] Location base services in museums, seeking examples

2014-01-08 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi Trilce and all, Several presentations at MCN 2013 addressed current location-aware projects. One such project was the subject of the first presentation in the session Where to Next? Emerging Practices in Location Awareness and in Online Publication, which is now documented on YouTube:

[MCN-L] Data Retention Policies?

2014-01-06 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi Maggie and all, One good general place to start for records retention on the financial side of any 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is this IRS brochure: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p4221pc.pdf More specifically for museums (and beyond more general financials), you may want to search

[MCN-L] Museums and Fair Use of Images on Websites

2013-08-27 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi Jesse, Many museums base their policies in this regard on the Policy on the Use of 'Thumbnail' Digital Images in Museum Online Initiatives from the Association of Art Museum Directors. There's a link to download it as a PDF from this page: https://aamd.org/standards-and-practices Hope

[MCN-L] Permissions

2013-05-29 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello all, Since Cathryn asked for a show of hands, here's one. The Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University also is a case of so-far quiet adoption. Our open access images policy has been in effect and in use since 12/12/2012; but until we can make an initial critical mass of images available

[MCN-L] [DM SIG:]2013 MCN Presentations from DMSIG

2013-04-11 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Chris and all, A panel on FADGI and Metamorfoze sounds really great. Also, the open-access technical infrastructure session I'm organizing (Optimizing Open Access Image Delivery) will definitely be submitted, and it may prove to be a good fit for the DM SIG's seal of approval. Riffing on

[MCN-L] Jobs: DAC Imaging Project Photographer Specialists (June-July 2013, CT)

2013-03-15 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello all, The Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (Middletown, Connecticut) has three temporary positions open for a summer project entailing rapid photography of works of art on paper, with associated image and metadata preparation. The six-week project will run from June 17 through July

[MCN-L] [DM SIG:]2013 MCN Presentations from DMSIG

2012-11-15 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi all, Great ideas. I'd also love to see a session on the procedures and the underlying technical means by which certain museums are providing Open Access images to end users. This would be focused more on the nuts and bolts (from infrastructure to user experience) of image delivery than on

[MCN-L] [DM SIG:]2013 MCN Presentations from DMSIG

2012-11-15 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Great, Alan. Your name on my hit list just lost its question mark! If other MCN-L subscribers are interested in exploring the idea of speaking on an MCN 2013 panel on Open Access image delivery as floated below, please ping me off-list at rlancefield at wesleyan.edu. Thanks. Rob On 11/15/2012

[MCN-L] [DM SIG:]2013 MCN Presentations from DMSIG

2012-11-15 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Chris and all, Great! Now I'm even sorrier I had to miss your session (I was speaking in another room). Also, based on the print program's short abstract, I had mistakenly thought you would be focusing on policy and stakeholder buy-in, not on delivery implementation. It's good to know that the

[MCN-L] Offering

2012-11-03 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Maury and all, Another prospective recipient might be the Living Computer Museum in Seattle. Their mission is to maintain running computer systems of historical importance. The rest of our work flows from that premise, as we preserve the original environments of digital documents and contribute

[MCN-L] new topic [email archiving]

2012-10-04 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi Sarah and all, One great resource for this will be a roundtable session next month at the MCN conference in Seattle, if you're able to be there. On Saturday, November 11th, Rich Cherry et al. will present A Roundtable on Tools and Best Practices for Email Preservation and Access at MCN

[MCN-L] new topic [email archiving]

2012-10-04 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi again all, Make that Saturday, November 10th! All else below holds true. Rob On 10/4/2012 2:03 PM, Rob Lancefield on lists wrote: Hi Sarah and all, One great resource for this will be a roundtable session next month at the MCN conference in Seattle, if you're able

[MCN-L] NYU evening teaching opportunity - forwarded from Museum-L

2011-11-29 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello all, In case this evening teaching opportunity may be of interest to some moonlighting New Yorker on MCN-L, this is fresh off Museum-L. Between the subject header's Digital Imaging Instructor Needed and the description's teaching Collections Management and Digital Technology, the

[MCN-L] CFP: Digital Humanities and Information Visualization: Innovation and Integration

2011-11-10 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
This forwarded CFP may be of interest to some MCN-L subscribers. Rob -- Rob Lancefield Manager of Museum Information Services / Registrar of Collections Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University 301 High Street, Middletown CT 06459-0487 USA rlancefield [at] wesleyan [dot] edu | tel. 860.685.2965

[MCN-L] Fwd: POCOS Symposium on Preservation of Software Art

2011-09-15 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Fresh off another public list and perhaps of interest to some here. Extra credit for finding the former MCN president among the speakers. Rob Original Message Subject: Invitation: POCOS Symposium on Preservation of Software Art Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2011 12:43:56 +0100 From: Leo

[MCN-L] Position at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: TMS user with musical training

2011-08-16 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi all, This is forwarded from a non-museum list, with permission of the person who posted it there. Although it's not a technology job, this position may be of interest to some MCN-L subscribers. I know there are many TMS users here, and I suspect there may be an even larger number of us who

[MCN-L] Multilingual collection database

2011-02-03 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi John and all, Not as a testimonial (I've never used these systems), but... Adlib promises full Unicode support for content in text fields: http://www.adlibsoft.com/products/museum-software CollectionSpace is built to handle Unicode from the outset:

[MCN-L] Google Art Project has gone live

2011-02-01 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi all, Probably of interest to many here: http://www.googleartproject.com. There's more information on the Google blog at http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2011/02/explore-museums-and-great-works-of-art.html Rob Rob Lancefield Manager of Museum Information Services / Registrar of Collections

[MCN-L] Analog tape to digital conversion services [audio metadata]

2010-09-29 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
| tel. 860.685.2965 Past President, Museum Computer Network (MCN), http://www.mcn.edu On 9/17/2010 10:46 AM, Chuck Patch wrote: Thanks Rob, Deborah, these are very helpful. Chuck On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 11:08 AM, Rob Lancefield on lists lists at lancefield.net wrote: Hi Chuck and all

[MCN-L] Analog tape to digital conversion services

2010-09-16 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi Chuck and all, In addition to the great resources Deb has suggested, two other leads: The Association of Recorded Sound Collections, ARSC, has institutional members who do audio A-to-D in-house but occasionally outsource those services, and other members who provide those services as

[MCN-L] Lossy compression artifacts example (I Am Sitting in a Video Room)

2010-06-03 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi all, If you ever need a demonstration of the cumulative effects of multiple, non-bit-for-bit compression/decompression cycles on an image, the video below is really something. The artifacts are from 1,000 passes through whatever codec YouTube uses, rather than still-image lossy algorithms;

[MCN-L] AAM 2010 Personal Conference Scheduling Tool (on behalf of Scott Sayre)

2010-05-10 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Posted on behalf of Scott Sayre: Sandbox Studios assisted AAM in creating a personal conference scheduling tool to help you better navigate upcoming 2010 annual meeting in Los Angeles. We want to encourage you to give it a try and share it with your friends and colleagues. This new tool,

[MCN-L] Fwd: Call for Papers: Perspectives JCP: The Digital

2010-04-06 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Perhaps of interest to some MCN-L folk: Forwarded Message: Subject: [IVSA] Call for Papers: Perspectives JCP: The Digital Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2010 15:51:51 -0400 From: David Darts da...@nyu.edu To: IVSA at LISTSERV.UWINDSOR.CA Dear Colleagues, Pamela G. Taylor and I are guest

[MCN-L] MCN 2009 Online Conferencing Starts Tomorrow!

2009-11-11 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi Howard (and all), Excellent question. We do intend to make the webcasts' content available later as video podcasts, on a timeline to be determined. Once they're online, we'll announce it via MCN-L and other channels. all best, Rob On Wed, November 11, 2009 7:46 pm, Howard Brainen wrote:

[MCN-L] Djatoka client comments?

2009-09-17 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi all, Any djatoka users out there? We're on the brink of deciding between two candidates as open-source AJAX client implementations for working with navigable images served with resolution on demand by djatoka server and a JPEG 2000 back-end. The two candidates are Djatoka OpenURL, based on

[MCN-L] Djatoka client comments?

2009-09-17 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
to a downloadable jpg, so that's potentially useful to patrons. Ethan Gruber University of Virginia Library On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 12:17 PM, Rob Lancefield on lists lists at lancefield.net wrote: Hi all, Any djatoka users out there? We're on the brink of deciding between two candidates

[MCN-L] Fwd: New tool available: File Information Tool Set (FITS)

2009-08-06 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello all, This may be of interest to some of us on MCN-L: Original Message Subject: [Digipres] New tool available: File Information Tool Set (FITS) Date: Thu, 6 Aug 2009 14:40:18 -0400 From: Andrea Goethals andrea_goeth...@harvard.edu To: digipres at ala.org, diglib at

[MCN-L] Virtualization

2009-04-02 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
We'll be running our collections management system and associated web software in university-supported virtual machines by the end of this summer--more aggregated provisioning for them, pretty much cloud to us. Rob -- Rob Lancefield (rlancefield [at] wesleyan [dot] edu) Manager of Museum

[MCN-L] MCN SIGs - am I too clueless to participate?

2008-11-10 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi Ari and all, This is just my personal 2 cents as a former MCN SIG (Special Interest Group) chair, but I'd say your experience is not at all atypical and in no way a symptom of cluelessness--rather, a sign of accurate radar. Most SIGs do fall fairly dormant for most of the year, with a few

[MCN-L] New image search engine: TinEye

2008-08-19 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi all, Perhaps of interest to some MCN-L folks, http://tineye.com is an image search engine that moved out of invitation-only beta a few days ago; it accepts an uploaded image file or image URL as its search argument. It doesn't yet have a large pool of indexed images, but seems intriguing.

[MCN-L] wikis for project management

2008-07-18 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi Perian, Leslie, and all, And if you're curious to try Trac without configuring your own server or paying for it, there are free Trac and Subversion services such as assembla (assembla.com); see also www.subversionary.org/hosting/hosting-services.* Rob PS: not pitching assembla here, and I

[MCN-L] Fwd: CFP: IEEE IS Special issue on AI and Cultural Heritage

2008-07-01 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi all, Perhaps of interest to some MCN-L subscribers. cheers, Rob Original Message Subject: CFP: IEEE IS Special issue on AI and Cultural Heritage Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2008 17:07:42 +0200 From: Lora Aroyo l.m.ar...@cs.vu.nl To: CHI-ANNOUNCEMENTS at LISTSERV.ACM.ORG IEEE

[MCN-L] Website benchmarking

2008-03-11 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Nik, Len, and all, Great point re: effects of different tools' filtering efficacy on the traffic they report. Last year our main analysis tool changed over from a leading web analytics product* to AWStats. For one illustrative month of overlap, reports derived from the same raw Apache log

[MCN-L] [DM SIG] Digital photographic images able to be refocused after capture

2008-02-28 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello all, This may be of interest to people involved in imaging three-dimensional live scenes or objects for certain Web delivery contexts. An apparent startup called Refocus Imaging, http://refocusimaging.com, is working on cameras able to capture not just a plane of focus, but a

[MCN-L] Searching Listserv Archive

2008-02-25 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi Chris and all, Sorry the archive interface is so minimal; it's on MCN's list of things to make better! You can try this kludgy, low-tech workaround on Google: search_term site:http://toronto.mediatrope.com/pipermail/mcn-l/ ...which does only a partial job, since Google hasn't indexed

[MCN-L] Fwd: [DIGLIB] JPEG 2000 a great step forward for the archival community

2008-02-21 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi all, Perhaps of interest to MCN-L subscribers who haven't seen it elsewhere, this just out from the UK. A quick glance at the report (URL below) suggests that it offers a quite well-grounded and up-to-date synopsis of JPEG 2000's technical fit with institutional image repositories of many

[MCN-L] MCN-L spam postings

2008-01-07 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello, fellow MCN-L subscribers: In case anyone is wondering, we list-admin folks are aware of the spam that has made it out to MCN-L on occasion in recent weeks (but really, doesn't anyone want to buy a watch?). Our list management software actually is intercepting the vast majority of these

[MCN-L] [DM SIG] Fwd: Sound Directions publication (audio preservation)

2007-12-05 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello all, For anyone involved in preservation of audio materials, the report announced below (fresh off the digipres list) may be of interest. A quick glance at its text and appendices suggests that it will be a key resource with a usefully broad scope encompassing transfer practices,

[MCN-L] Fwd: Draft Version of MIX 2.0 for review (Image Metadata)

2007-11-19 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Perhaps of interest to some on MCN-L: Original Message Subject: [MIX] Draft Version of MIX 2.0 for review Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2007 15:45:05 -0500 From: Morgan V. Cundiff mcundiff@[...] Reply-To: NISO Metadata for Images in XML (MIX) MIX@[...] To: MIX@[...] A Draft version

[MCN-L] Fwd: Call for participation: alt.chi

2007-11-14 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello all, Perhaps of interest to any MCN-L subscribers who may be involved in computer-human interaction design for kiosks, web, or whatever: Original Message Subject: Call for participation: alt.chi Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 15:59:29 -0800 From: Louise Barkhuus barkhuus at

[MCN-L] Bar coding museums objects

2007-10-30 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi all, The barcoding study Will recalls may have been the one noted below in an MCN-L post from 2002 (and hey, the URL it cites still points to a live page!). In another, more recent thread from 2006, Perian Sully and David Parsell also exchanged thoughts on the topic; please let me know

[MCN-L] MCN Silent Auction - Week after Next!

2007-10-23 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi everyone, As the MCN conference draws nearer, so does our Silent Auction. All 2007 Silent Auction proceeds will fund conference scholarships for MCN 2008. If you haven't already, please dream up your donations and stash them away to take to Chicago, where they'll be gratefully accepted in

[MCN-L] fwd: Dioscuri: the emulator for digital preservation...

2007-10-08 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hello all, Perhaps of interest to some MCN-L folk, from DIGLIB: Original Message Subject: [DIGLIB] Dioscuri: the emulator for digital preservation... Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2007 09:42:24 +0200 From: Jeffrey van der Hoeven Jeffrey.vanderHoeven@[...] To: diglib at

[MCN-L] MCN Silent Auction 2007!

2007-10-03 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Hi everyone, As the MCN conference approaches, so does our annual Silent Auction. Your donations to this event support a crucial program: all 2007 Silent Auction proceeds will fund conference scholarships for MCN 2008. It's not too soon to dream up novel donations and stash them away to carry to

[MCN-L] Book scanners?

1970-01-06 Thread Rob Lancefield on lists
Perian, Sue, and all, ...and by coincidence, yesterday Wired posted an annotated, play-by-play slide show of the Internet Archive's book-scanning process online at: http://www.wired.com/entertainment/theweb/multimedia/2008/03/gallery_internet_archive Rob Perian Sully wrote: Hi Sue: The