#OpenScience #OpenData #Library folks. This is #EndangeredData week, where we highlight the importance of public records in free and civil society. Here's a brilliant blog post by Sarah Bond: https://www.forbes.com/sites/drsarahbond/2017/04/19/saving-endangered-data-from-ancient-rome-to-trumps-america/
Roman era dirt looks like Halaf and Ubaid era dirt in the Mediterranean world.
Not a very deep or inspired thought, but you're welcome.
Hmm... source code seems to say yes, #Mastodon should support Open Graph tags, see: https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/blob/f0de621e76b5a5ba3f7e67bd88c0183aac22b985/db/migrate/20170119214911_create_preview_cards.rb
Let's see if Masto can show pictures via links:
And here's the Web page for it: https://opencontext.org/media/FEDA00BF-FAFE-48F6-C6C8-28B5B671BA08
It's a terracotta modeled cat, an architectural decoration from an early Etruscan building.
While fixing some issues with our RDF dump for the Pelagios project.
Seems like good news: http://boingboing.net/2017/04/09/evidence-based-policy.html
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