Items of Interest for June 12, 2008

Jeremy Boggs continues his series on the "Digital Humanities Design and Development Process" with a detailed post explaining his design principles, and showing how he developed compelling design elements like the logo for Omeka. One of the things we've learned at the Center for History and New Media over the last 15 years is that … Continue reading Items of Interest for June 12, 2008

Vertov Brings Video Annotation to Zotero

From the beginning of the Zotero project, I've said that we have bigger fish to fry than citation management, although Zotero does that quite well, thank you very much. (Case in point: Zotero recently beat Endnote, RefWorks, and all of the other big citation managers in head-to-head competition at CiteFest.) Zotero aims to be a … Continue reading Vertov Brings Video Annotation to Zotero

Two Misconceptions about the Zotero-IA Alliance

Thanks to everyone for their helpful (and thankfully, mostly positive) feedback on the new Zotero-IA alliance. I wanted to try to clear up a couple of things that the press coverage and my own writing failed to communicate. (Note to self: finally get around to going to one of those media training courses so I … Continue reading Two Misconceptions about the Zotero-IA Alliance