Our first issue of the year is packed with readings on DAM success, new legal technologies, motion picture film and more! If none of that interests you, please tell us what topics you’d like to read about in 2018.
We’ve passed “Blue Monday,” the third Monday of the year and supposedly the most depressing day of the year—learn more in Wikipedia. What we find depressing is that 8.33% of 2018 is nearly gone, though we acknowledge the rejoicing of all who experienced the deep-freeze of the Great Polar Vortex of 2018—when brrrrrr turned to GRRRR!!!
If you’d like to celebrate another new year, the Chinese Lunar New Year is February 16 and we will be entering the year of the dog, a creature many of us will take pleasure in honoring!
Any good CI (competitive intelligence) expert knows all about KITS and KIQS. For those who view these acronyms as meaningless collections of letters that begin with K, this 5-minute read will enlighten you.
Digital asset management or DAM is going mainstream. It’s an example of something that most of us don’t know, but need to know, especially those who create, utilize or organize and manage content in digital form. Phil Spiegel, our resident DAM expert, co-presented an informative webinar earlier this month and we share six key takeaways.
Archiving and preservation professionals will enjoy this read by Danny Kuchuck at PRO-TEK, who shares his thoughts on a film-handling session he attended at AMIA 2017 in New Orleans. The role of dedicated film projectionist may be dead, but long live film projection.
Just one of the topics covered by our research and law expert John DiGilio in his monthly collection of readings curated from around the web. Besides AI, other topics include PACER, information governance and the librarian’s role as information linchpin.