My work log is a hybrid blog that serves a number of different purposes for me. On the one hand, it is a place for me to comment on MarcEdit development, library issues, or issues related to technology and development. On the other hand, it’s not solely a professional blog. in that content sometimes strays from my professional interests to more personal topics. But if you are interested in learning a bit more about me or the projects that I’m working on or interested in, this is a good place to start.
MarcEdit is a complete metadata editing software suite that I have been working on in some form or another since 1999. The name, MarcEdit, has become a bit of a misnomer in that the program is designed to handle a wide range of metadata formats and transformations. This is a tool that continues to be in active development.
Map Cataloging Resources
Early in my library career, I was primarily a cartographic cataloger. During that time, I created a number of tools and short cuts to help make my work a little easier. While I no longer use these tools myself, I do find from my logs that people still periodically come looking for things like the scale calculator, so if you are one of those people, you’ll find that information here.
I work on a number of different projects, and when possible, I host code here.