[open-humanities] Intro to list from Simon Worthignton, Mute

Jonathan Gray jonathan.gray at okfn.org
Thu May 26 18:41:05 UTC 2011

Welcome Simon! :-)

Art of Digital London sounds *great*. Do you have a URL? Are there any
plans to include open data as an option for digital strategy
development? If so need any help/advice on this front?

All the best,


On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 12:06 AM, Simon Worthington <simon at metamute.org> wrote:
> Hi
> Rob Myers was asking if I was on the OKFN Humanities list, and at last I
> get myself signed up, we were discussing RDF structures for the arts.
> Excited to be on board.
> Im co-founder and publisher of Mute magazine http://metamute.org at Mute
> we also try and make bits of tech resource and infrastructure and
> currently we're running Art of Digital London, very modestly supported by
> ACE to help their 275 organisations they support in London develop their
> digital strategies, well until recently.
> I joined the OKFN humanities group to look into semantic structures for
> the arts, with interests in building archiving tools, web TV networks and
> publishing tool.
> Ltr
> Simon Worthington
> @mrchristian99
> Mute Magazine
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