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Saturday, December 29, 2012

Human Skeleton: Same But Different

Human Anatomy: Internally We Are All the Same, Externally We Are All Different

Info courtesy:
  • we are all the same | Tumblr
  • Jamais La Paix, "The essence of beauty is unity in variety." -Felix Mendelssohn:

  • Monday, December 17, 2012

    Christmas Visualization: Metadata

    What is metadata? A Christmas themed exploration. By Bonnie Swoger | December 17, 2012 | Scientific American On the same shelf:
  • Well-formed data: A star for your christmas tree December 16th, 2007
  • Seeing Standards: A Visualization of the Metadata Universe, 06/30/2010 -- Indiana University Libraries have produced a beautiful visualization of metadata standards, comprising what they term “the metadata universe."[source]
  • Seeing Standards: A Visualization of the Metadata Universe - Places & Spaces: Mapping Science
  • 2008 Proc. Int’l Conf. on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications
  • Dublin Core Metadata applied to Websites in Cyber Worship in Multifaith Perspectives
  • Saturday, December 15, 2012

    Nash Papyrus Digitized: Ancient Copy of Ten Commandments Goes Online

    By Stoyan Zaimov , Christian Post Reporter
The Nash Papyrus (MS Or.233) – a copy of the Ten Commandments dating from the second century BCE. The Cambridge University Library in the U.K. has released a copy of the Ten Commandments dating back two millennia in what is one of the oldest known manuscripts from the Old Testament.
    "Cambridge University Library preserves works of great importance to faith traditions and communities around the world," University Librarian Anne Jarvis said in a statement. continue reading
    See also:
  • Cambridge Digital Library
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