[annotator-dev] Tell me about you + Annotator!
casties at mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de
Mon Apr 8 12:40:40 UTC 2013
I don't know if its too late for your presentation, but here's a link to
version in our image viewer Digilib for image-based annotations.
On 02.04.13 10:17, Nick Stenning wrote:
> In less than a week's time, I'm going to be talking to a crowd of rather
> interesting people about Annotator and the wonderful things all you
> lovely people have done with it.
> If you use Annotator in one of your projects, I want to hear from you, and
> Even if you've told me or this list about it before, please help me
> demonstrate all the ways Annotator has been put into production by sending
> us (or just me) an email describing what you've done with Annotator. Just a
> few lines will do, but if you have room to tell me more, that's great too.
> Any anecdotes or stories from your use of Annotator gratefully accepted
> too. In the humanities, the plural of "anecdote" *is* "data"!
> (I'm joking! Please don't kill me!)
> So, to reiterate: even if you only have the time to email me one URL,
> *please* do it now!
> Thank you in advance,
> : http://iannotate.org/attendees.html
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Dr. Robert Casties -- Information Technology Group
Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
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