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“When We’re Done with It, We Don’t Care What Happens to It” What Open Access Practitioners Can Learn from Deadheads
(Rowman & Littlefield, 2016)
Historians and commentators have long praised the Grateful Dead for their razor-sharp business acumen, especially the band’s policy on audience taping. What started as way to stem the tide of bootlegs (while keeping a ...
Curatorial Challenges of the Cassette Culture Revolution
Until just over a decade ago, the cassette tape was one of the most popular mediums for prerecorded music. In the West, it was the dominant format of the 1980s, until the shift to compact discs in the mid-1990s; in the ...
"Take it, You Can Have it": Grateful Dead Taping and the Idea of Open Access
Historians and commentators have long praised the Grateful Dead for their razor-sharp business acumen, especially the band’s audience taping policies. What started as way to stem the tide of bootlegs (while keeping a certain ...
What Does Your Data Need?
What does research data need so that it can live on after the experiment is over? Challenges facing Rice researchers in successfully (and strategically) managing their research data include formulating an effective data ...
Using OpenRefine’s Reconciliation to Validate Local Authority Headings
(Taylor and Francis, 2017-12-01)
In 2015, the Cataloging and Metadata Services department of Rice University’s Fondren Library developed a process to reconcile four years of authority headings against an internally developed thesaurus. With a goal of ...