Monday, June 18, 2012

And more links!

For research purposes: Georgian cookery (via Two Nerdy History Girls)
To be read whenever you need to be reminded that yeah, you are slacking off
More on the wonders of the typewriter shop
Why "good metadata" means something different for everyone involved


CLM said...

In the legal profession, good or "scrubbed" metadata is when you have removed all signs of edits from your documents before you send to the opposing counsel. Particularly in a contract, it might be advantageous for the other side to see your early edits, so many firms have software that warns you before you send a document that there is still revealing data attached...

Sarah Rettger said...

I never even considered that context! But of course it makes perfect sense. We tend to think more information is better, but when information is essentially currency, that's not always the case.