Now that people have economical access to large amounts of storage on the iPod new uses are emerging.
Ratib and his programming partner Dr. Antoine Rosset set about developing a software application that uses the iPod and other off-the-shelf Macintosh equipment to manipulate, manage, and move medical imaging data between departments and workstations. [Of MRIs and iPods]
Reading this I was reminded of Derek Morrison’s nice piece in his blog a while ago about the ‘filling station’:
What’s kind of interesting here is that we, perhaps, have an emergent model in which various sites on the internet become almost like resource ‘filling stations’ for mobile multi-function devices. [Auricle]
I presented updated versions of a presentation on libraries and pandemic effects and some implications for library collections recently. Each was delivered remotely, one to an event in Ostende, Belgium, and one to Milan, Italy, as unfortunately we have not yet returned to professional travel.
I was pleased to inaugurate the RLUK Digital Shift Forum, with a presentation on Pandemic effects and collection directions.
I was especially pleased to be kindly introduced by my longstanding colleague Robin Green, University Librarian at Warwick University, and current chair of RLUK.