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Abstract Images Have Different Levels of Retrievability Per Reverse Image Search Engine

Abstract Images Have Different Levels of Retrievability Per Reverse Image Search Engine

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by Shawn M. Jones, Diane Oyen

Much computer vision research has focused on natural images, but technical documents typically consist of abstract images, such as charts, drawings, diagrams, and schematics. How well do general web search engines discover abstract images? Recent advancements in computer visio...

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Creating Structure in Web Archives With Collections: Different Concepts From Web Archivists

Creating Structure in Web Archives With Collections: Different Concepts From Web Archivists

by Himarsha R. Jayanetti, Shawn M. Jones, Martin Klein, Alex Osbourne, Paul Koerbin, Michael L. Nelson, Michele Weigle

As web archives’ holdings grow, archivists subdivide them into collections so they are easier to understand and manage. In this work, we review the collection structures of eight web archive platforms. We note a plethora of different approaches to web archive collection struct...

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Robustifying Links With Zotero

Robustifying Links With Zotero

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by Martin Klein, Shawn M. Jones

Referencing resources on the web has become an integral part of our digital scholarship. However, the long-term availability and accessibility of these resources has rarely been the focus of significant research and development efforts. In this paper we introduce the Zotero Ro...

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The DSA Toolkit Shines Light Into Dark and Stormy Archives

The DSA Toolkit Shines Light Into Dark and Stormy Archives

by Shawn M. Jones, Himarsha R. Jayanetti, Alex Osborne, Paul Koerbin, Martin Klein, Michele C. Weigle, and Michael L. Nelson

The Dark and Stormy Archives (DSA) Project applies social media storytelling to a subset of a collection to facilitate collection understanding at a glance. As part of this work, we developed the DSA Toolkit, which helps archivists and visitors leverage this capability. As par...

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Dark and Stormy Archives & the National Library of Australia

Dark and Stormy Archives & the National Library of Australia

In a perfect world, all articles consistently contain sufficient metadata to describe the resource. We know this is not the reality, so we are motivated to investigate the evolution of the metadata that is present when authors and publishers supply their own. Because applying ...

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From Researcher to ISTI Postdoctoral Fellow

From Researcher to ISTI Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr. Diane Oyen strongly suggested submitting an application to the Information Science & Technology Institute (ISTI) Postdoctoral Fellow program. Each year, out of the hundreds of postdocs at LANL, only two are awarded this prestigious position. Last week, I discovered tha...

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HTML Meta Redirects Considered Harmful for Card Generation

HTML Meta Redirects Considered Harmful for Card Generation

A Twitter card often appears in a tweet when a user shares a URL. We found that if the page being shared on Twitter contains an HTML META redirect, Twitter will not follow it to gather information for the card.

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The Return of SHARI -- Bringing News and Web Archive Storytelling Together Again

The Return of SHARI -- Bringing News and Web Archive Storytelling Together Again

SHARI is back. Each day, the Dark and Stormy Archives Project will apply the SHARI process to gather the news articles for the previous day’s top stories and present them as a social media story, as seen above. Each card in the story links to a memento of a news article in a w...

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How the Internet Archive Helped Me Remember CIKM 2019

How the Internet Archive Helped Me Remember CIKM 2019

Last week, I was discussing my publications with a colleague, and I mentioned that I had a paper published at ACM CIKM 2019. They were curious about the conference and its 2019 call for papers (CFP) date. I was trying to recall the conference’s venue and one of the workshop’s ...

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