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Uploading 993 images to Wikimedia Commons in one go

 A couple of weeks ago I uploaded 993 photographs from the Swedish National Heritage Board’s image archive to Wikimedia Commons (on their behalf and with their agreement the of course!). The images uploaded cover Sami life in the North of Sweden and … Continue reading

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Europeana 1914-1918 re-designed

Europeana 1914-1918 is perhaps my favourite Europeana project. Why? Because it’s a great project that just couldn’t have been done without us. Getting the EU-funding and having the pan-European network to then pull it off is, I think, unique to … Continue reading

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Europeana and the Public Domain

At the start of the year we introduced the possibility for Europeana data providers to clearly mark their content with the Public Domain Mark that we introduced together with Creative Commons. So where are we now about half a year … Continue reading

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Last week in links: Maps, maps, maps!!!

I really love maps. Especially historical ones or even maps of fictional worlds. Have loved them ever since I was a kid, poring over them and dreaming of far off places. Unsurprisingly, I’ve worked a lot with GIS (back when … Continue reading

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Last week in links

Time again to sum up some of the links from last week that caught my eye. First out is the successful Kickstarter campaign by Smarthistory. I’m not surpised: Kickstarter and Smarthistory are both individually great services  and ideas so the … Continue reading

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