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Ithaca, NY  A cash prize of $2000, sponsored by Microsoft Research, has been awarded to Ross McFarlane, University of Liverpool, for his “OREsome” entry. The challenge prototypes were to focus on OAI-ORE functionality at the end-user level (e.g. in a browser) and the potential for the prototype to promote ORE within and beyond the repository community.

Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-09-19 17:44

Amazon’s web services customers have been alerted to early details about a new content delivery service that is currently in development and expected to be widely available before the end of the year
This new service will provide a high performance method of distributing content to end users, and will give customers low latency and high data transfer rates when they access objects. The initial release will help developers and businesses who need to deliver popular, publicly readable content over HTTP connections. The goal is to create a content delivery service that:

Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-09-18 11:33

London, UK  The Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) will lead a Members Meeting November 6-8, 2008 at King’s College London hosted by King’s College and the Center for Computing in the Humanities. The meeting is open to all and free of charge for the TEI consortium subscribers, institutional members, and invited guests.

Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-09-15 12:35