On Oct 14, 2010, at 8:11 AM, Raymond Yee wrote:
> I was at THATCamp SF last weekend. Any particular area you are
> interested in? I co-presented with Roy Tennant a "bootcamp" on the OCLC
> WorldCat APIs (and web APIs in general). I also got a chance to talk to
> a small group of people about building a website around the music of J.
> S. Bach. There are various notes at http://www.thatcampbayarea.org/
> For me personally, I enjoyed the social interactions and learned quite a
> bit about natural language processing through conversations.
The short answer to the your question is, "Yes." A longer answer is, "All of the above." I know a number of Code4Lib types were there, and I'm wondering what sort of things were discussed that related to Library Land. WorldCat APIs. NLP. "Boutique" collections. Others?
I guess what I really want to know is, "How did the 'digital humanities' compare & contrast with librarianship?"