Song metadata in Google Sheets: A History of Christmas Island Parish

We are currently working with the team at DASG to develop a fully searchable database to house the songs we have catalogued as part of the Language in Lyrics project (read more on that here). In the meantime, we are releasing a spreadsheet of song metadata every week on Google Sheets which we hope will be … Continue reading Song metadata in Google Sheets: A History of Christmas Island Parish

#TechTuesday | What’s the Point of Digital? It’s the Kitchen Table

Welcome to the final post of the Kitchen Table series for #TechTuesday. It's gone so fast! But looking back, we've covered a lot of ground: Aleen is the Digital Heritage Specialist for the Language in Lyrics project. (This is her kitchen table.) We began this Tech Tuesday series with an introduction to the unique challenges … Continue reading #TechTuesday | What’s the Point of Digital? It’s the Kitchen Table

#TechTuesday | How Organized Is Your Fridge? Content Management Systems Explained

Fàilte! Welcome back to #TechTuesday, and to our Kitchen Table series. We've been rocketing around various corners of the web with the last few posts, exploring WordPress and wikis. Aleen is the Digital Heritage Specialist for Language in Lyrics. In case you missed those, they are worth checking out here and here. This week's post … Continue reading #TechTuesday | How Organized Is Your Fridge? Content Management Systems Explained

#TechTuesday | More than Wikipedia: Wikis Explained

Fàilte! Welcome back to #TechTuesday. Aleen is the Digital Heritage Specialist for Language in Lyrics. Last time, we were talking all about WordPress, and the advantages and disadvantages of using WordPress.com and WordPress.org to create your own website. This time, we’re moving on to talk about another way to make your own website: wikis. While … Continue reading #TechTuesday | More than Wikipedia: Wikis Explained