Cheeseburgers With Everything
Context, Content, and Connections in Archival Description


                   Mark A. Matie...
An exercise


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Ask the person next to you:


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“What is more important:
      context or content?”


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Why “or”?


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Why not “everything”?
                   Context and content




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Credit: chopsueyphoto
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Credit: chopsueyphoto
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Everything is deeply
                 intertwingled
                               Ted Nelson




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Everything is miscellaneous
                    David Weinberger




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Everything is metadata
                          David Weinberger




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Everything is messy
                             David Weinberger




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Why not “everything”?
                   Metadata and data




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Everything ain’t done


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Searching


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Feedback


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Relationships


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UK Archival Thesaurus




                               Credit: World Wide Web Consortium

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Text




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                                              ...
Credit: Pete Reed




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Integration


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Rethinking data models


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Understanding users


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Thank You


•   mark@matienzo.org

•   http://matienzo.org/




                           Claes Oldenburg, “Two Cheesebur...
Cheeseburgers With Everything: Context, Content, and Connections in Archival Description
Cheeseburgers With Everything: Context, Content, and Connections in Archival Description
Cheeseburgers With Everything: Context, Content, and Connections in Archival Description
Cheeseburgers With Everything: Context, Content, and Connections in Archival Description
Cheeseburgers With Everything: Context, Content, and Connections in Archival Description
Cheeseburgers With Everything: Context, Content, and Connections in Archival Description
Cheeseburgers With Everything: Context, Content, and Connections in Archival Description
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Presented at EAD@10: A Symposium Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Encoded Archival Description, August 31, 2008. Audio available at http://www.archivists.org/publications/proceedings/EAD@10.asp.

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Cheeseburgers With Everything: Context, Content, and Connections in Archival Description

  1. 1. Cheeseburgers With Everything Context, Content, and Connections in Archival Description Mark A. Matienzo NYPL Labs The New York Public Library
  2. 2. An exercise Mark A. Matienzo 2
  3. 3. Ask the person next to you: Mark A. Matienzo 3
  4. 4. “What is more important: context or content?” Mark A. Matienzo 4
  5. 5. Why “or”? Mark A. Matienzo 5
  6. 6. Why not “everything”? Context and content Mark A. Matienzo 6
  7. 7. Credit: chopsueyphoto Mark A. Matienzo 7
  8. 8. Credit: chopsueyphoto Mark A. Matienzo 7
  9. 9. Everything is deeply intertwingled Ted Nelson Mark A. Matienzo 8
  10. 10. Everything is miscellaneous David Weinberger Mark A. Matienzo 9
  11. 11. Everything is metadata David Weinberger Mark A. Matienzo 10
  12. 12. Everything is messy David Weinberger Mark A. Matienzo 11
  13. 13. Why not “everything”? Metadata and data Mark A. Matienzo 12
  14. 14. Everything ain’t done Mark A. Matienzo 13
  15. 15. Searching Mark A. Matienzo 14
  16. 16. Feedback Mark A. Matienzo 20
  17. 17. Relationships Mark A. Matienzo 23
  18. 18. UK Archival Thesaurus Credit: World Wide Web Consortium Mark A. Matienzo 24
  19. 19. Text Mark A. Matienzo Credit: Raf Guns, Universiteit Antwerpen 25
  20. 20. Credit: Pete Reed Mark A. Matienzo 26
  21. 21. Integration Mark A. Matienzo 27
  22. 22. Rethinking data models Mark A. Matienzo 28
  23. 23. Understanding users Mark A. Matienzo 29
  24. 24. Thank You • mark@matienzo.org • http://matienzo.org/ Claes Oldenburg, “Two Cheeseburgers With Everything”

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