Davidh passes on this wonderful piece about a music invasion (from Sweden? at a Spanish site); no translation needed. Music for 6 drummers and 1 apartment.
Molly Bragg (bio before that of Mouse the dog) of Internet Archive is talking about the Archive-It subscription service. And Dan Avery (notice that the Archive bios are listed in alphabetic order by first name) is talking about “The Web is a Mess!” in which explains the Archive-It crawler and how he learned to stop worrying and love the web.
(with luck we should have video of this later on)
Starting this evening, DigCCurr2007, an international symposium on Digital Curation, April 18-20, 2007 here at UNC.
At almost the same time, HASTAC’s snappily named “Electronic Techtonics: Thinking at the Interface” conference begins at Duke, April 19 – 21. Most importantly with a 9:00 p.m. – Reception in Nasher Museum Atrium. Music by Steve Burnett, thereminist.
WHAT: Publishing choices: Know your rights and expand your impact!
WHO: Heather Joseph, Director of SPARC (Scholarly Publishing and Academic
WHEN: Wednesday April 25, 2:30-4:00 pm
WHERE: Room 527, Health Sciences Library UNC-Chapel Hill
MORE INFO: http://www.hsl.unc.edu/Collections/ScholCom/sparctalk.cfm
On Saturday, April 28th, 2007 at UNC Chapel Hill BarCampSignal will be held in conjunction with Signalfest, the Southeastern Electronic Music Festival. We are attempting something completely new with music conference workshops. We want to blend the standard Q&A process with the collaborative magic of Bar Camp. You have say as an Artist/Producer, Promoter, or a Fan on how we put this festival and future festivals together.