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New Year, New DAM Book

Happy New Year

After months of work, Elizabeth Keathley, with contributions from Ralph Windsor and myself, released a new book a few days before 2016.

Digital Asset Management: Content Architectures, Project Management, and Creating Order Out of Media Chaos: Second Edition

Digital Asset Management: Content Architectures, Project Management, and Creating Order out of Media Chaos by Elizabeth Keathley

The second edition “…contains 30% new and updated material, including a full new chapter on risk and change management. Incorporating quotes and material from leaders in the field, as well as sample charts, graphs, and even job descriptions that readers are encouraged to reuse and adapt for their own purposes, this book is a must have for anyone learning about Digital Asset Management.”

If are looking for other options to consume this book beyond the printed version or Kindle version offered on Amazon, visit atlantametadata.com/downloads

Enjoy.


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Delivered: Another DAM Podcast Transcribed

Another DAM Podcast Transcribed has been delivered.

By the time you read this, the Kickstarter project which I started and blogged about in April 2013 was delivered with all the rewards to the generous backers of this project.

This includes:

  • A very limited edition printed, full color, hardcover book
  • Several direct phone calls to talk about Digital Asset Management (DAM)
  • eBook (links to download ePub, Mobi and PDF versions) emailed
  • Over 450+ pages of content
  • Almost every episode of Another DAM Podcast from August 2010 through July 2013
  • Over 125 audio podcast episodes transcribed
  • Over 85 interviews
  • Embedded links

Starting in September 2013, these transcripts will be released publicly (one by one) on http://AnotherDAMpodcast.com with their respective podcast episodes.

I welcome your comments, feedback and questions.


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Why should I read this blog, eBook and listen to the weekly podcast about Digital Asset Management?

If you are interested in Digital Asset Management (DAM), there are few places where you will find the user and administrator perspective discussed openly. This is why I:

I wrote about why I do this and answered some of the common questions as well.

The main thing in common between DAM and these communication channels (blog, eBook, podcast) is sharing information. Then, learning how to articulate what Digital Asset Management can do for your organization.

There is plenty more to come soon.

Enjoy.

H.