October 30, 2011
Proceedings of THATCamp
- Technical Lead, Digital Special Collections
- Twitter: @tingletech
I've been working on web sites in the library since 1996, and I've been working at the California Digital Library since 2001, where I work on the Online Archive of California and Calisphere. I presented at Digital Humanities 2011 in Stanford about an NEH funded project "Social Networks in Archival Context" (SNAC), a project where I'm getting to learn a lot about graph databases and graph theory and their application in the humanities. I'm also learning PHP so I can hack on the Public Knowledge Project's Open Journal System.