Bonus Feature for Nomenclature 4.0
For those of you who purchased Nomenclature 4.0 you’ll be receiving a surprise in the mail in the near future, or perhaps you’ve already
“Error” Is Not an Accepted Term
One of the great benefits of Nomenclature 4.0 is that it corrects the errors that we found after Nomenclature 3.0 was published. But, wouldn’t you
Nomenclature 4.0 – Why the change from “Classification” to “Class”?
New Nomenclature 4.0 users that are familiar with Revised Nomenclature or Nomenclature 3.0 will notice a change in the naming of the hierarchical
Nomenclature 4.0: New Terms for Mobile Devices
Today’s world is increasingly inundated with new models of mobile devices. This increase of various technological devices prompted the Nomenclature
Classifying and Naming Digital Objects with Nomenclature 4.0
Nomenclature 4.0 can be used to catalog digital objects. It allows museums to record information about the format (e.g., “Document, Digital”)
Coins, Coins Everywhere!
For some reason, and I still can’t figure out why I did this, I made the assumption that working with a military-centric collection would mean
I Remember When Part 10
Fun with “C:\>” In the olden days (before Bill Gates introduced the Windows operating system and became a multi-billionaire), it was generally
The Words (and numbers) Still Matter
The Words (and numbers) Still Matter In the context of a conference on computerization of museum catalog records, more than 20 years ago, I predicted