The DPLA as a generative platform

As usual, someone else said it better than I could.  Ovet at Inkdroid, Ed Summers nicely states what I was getting at in my comments at The PLA Blog:

Keeping an open mind in situations like this takes quite a bit of effort. There is often an irresistable urge to jump to particular use […]

More on the Digital Public Library of America

I’m continuing to get up to speed on this project.  One thing keeps rattling around my head as I read Nate Hill’s post and a later post at readingreality.net. I read an interesting article while researching digital stewardship–I wish I could pull up the citation to give proper attribution but I haven’t been able […]

Nate Hill: A suggested approach for the Digital Public Library of America

Interesting perspective.  I’ve posted some comments on Nate’s site.

http://plablog.org/2011/05/a-suggested-approach-for-the-digital-public-library-of-america.html