Museums, Labs, Businesses, and Hash–all in today’s four short links:
- Shelley Bernstein Talks About the Brooklyn Museum at the National Library of New Zealand (Paul Reynolds) — I’ve written about Shelley’s work before. Brooklyn [Museum] is not about using social media as just another marketing and visitor experience tool-set. Rather, as Bernstein said last night, Brooklyn Museum itself is now a social network – that is its job – to be a center for the community to have a conversation. Wonderful to see New Zealand continuing to learn from the best.
- Google Labs India — interesting projects, including Digital Noticeboard and SMS Channels (Google ID required to view the latter). Interesting to see the projects worked on in different countries. The latter is like Mozes.
- Privacy and Free Speech, It’s Good for Business (PDF!) — Northern California ACLU have produced a book aimed at businesses that frames free speech issues as a business good: The practical tips and real-life business case studies in this Guide will help you to avoid having millions read about your privacy and free speech mistakes later. The advice is straightforward and specific, not of the vague and “don’t be evil” variety. Give users an opportunity to defend their anonymity. Provide notice, within no more than seven days of receipt of a subpoena, to each user whose personal information is sought, and inform the user of her right to file a motion to quash (fight) the subpoena. Give the user at least thirty days from the time notice is received to file a motion to quash the subpoena. (via BoingBoing)
- pHash, The Open Source Perceptual Hash Library — a perceptual hash is a signature for a file, built in a way that two files that represent similar things (e.g., two photographs of the same poster). (via Joshua’s delicious stream)