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for: ‘November, 2011’

New Database of Subtrates Used for Giclée Printmaking

In an effort to assist our customers in evaluating the enormous number of fine art papers, photo papers, and canvas used to make giclée prints, we’ve photographed over 70 substrates and built a massive database of these products. You can filter the database by type of substrate, manufacturer, blend, and texture, and then rapidly sort …

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Creekside Digital Sponsors LYRASIS 2011 eGathering Annual Member Meeting

We are pleased to be an official sponsor of the LYRASIS 2011 Annual Member Meeting.  We’re now in the second year of our partnership with LYRASIS, whose Mass Digitization Collaborative Program has allowed us to deliver terabytes of data and millions of files digitized from microfilm to LYRASIS member institutions nationwide.  Now more than ever, …

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Hey . . . that's the historic railroad depot building that's still in our parking lot, which is also the logo of our frame shop Glen Arm Custom Framing!

A Ride on the Ma & Pa through Baltimore County in PhotosAug 13, 2:00pmHistorical Society of Baltimore CountyRailroad historian Rudy Fischer will take us on a virtual ride - via slides - along the path of the old Maryland and Pennsylvania (Ma & Pa) Railroad through Baltimore County. The Ma & Pa was formed in 1901 through the consolidation of the Baltimore and Lehigh Railway and the York Southern Railroad, and connected Baltimore, Maryland, and York, Pennsylvania, until the 1950s. The Ma & Pa transported passengers, mail, marble and slate, anthracite coal, lumber, manufactured goods, and agricultural products, especially milk, along its picturesque, meandering route.

Part of our Almshouse Speaker Series. Admission $5 per person, free to HSBC members. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, please email us at info@hsobc.org or call us at 410-666-1878.
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A Ride on the Ma & Pa through Baltimore County in Photos

2 months ago

Creekside Digital

#Digitization is cool (and important), but remember that it really just enables what comes next. What are the killer apps that will consume all of this unlocked cultural heritage content?How can you use library collections as data to answer questions? For example, how can computational methods help determine who wrote the Federalist Papers? medium.com/@librarycongress/collections-as-data-40422b043f5a ... See MoreSee Less

#Digitization is cool (and important), but remember that it really just enables what comes next.  What are the killer apps that will consume all of this unlocked cultural heritage content?

 

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