Posting an unedited transcript, as I just did, is a disconcerting experience. It feels a little like taking off my journalistic clothes in public. But there’s a deeper reason why I don’t usually post transcripts like this.
Washington Post book columnist Michael Dirda indulges a fantasy that afflicts nearly every book lover at some time or another — the desire to run a literary magazine.
RLG is trying to take some of the library world’s background technology and bring it to the fore with a new Web application (still in development) dubbed RedLightGreen. If it works, it could do for the library stacks what Google did for the Web.
My interview with Cory Doctorow for SFGate.com has just been published. Take a look!
San Francisco, California, USA –Cory Doctorow is a true believer in the power of technology. His first novel, “Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom,” is one of the first works tobe published under the Creative Commons license — anagreement that lets people copy and redistribute the book freely so long as theycredit the author. […]
RLG's RedLightGreen Project Mining the Catalog In this report: Getting results What students want Delivering the goods Catalogs: The next generation For more information: RedLightGreen timeline Under the hood: technical details Glossary of terms What happens when you take a massive database of bibliographic descriptions and redesign it for the Web, not just as a […]
Science fiction writer, EFF evangelist, BoingBoing blogger, and former dot-commie Cory Doctorow has just published his first novel, Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom.