FYI France

File 3: Ejournal and archive

by Jack Kessler, kessler@well.sf.ca.us

June 15, 2014 issue. This file presents an archive copy of the issue of the FYI France ejournal, ISSN 1071-5916, which was distributed via email on June 15, 2014.

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Versions of the following have appeared online regularly, since 1992, as a feature of the FYI France ejournal, ISSN 1071-5916, which is distributed for free via email every month except August. Ejournal subscriptions may be obtained via email request to: kessler@well.sf.ca.us

Here this file is one of a number made available -- hopefully attractively, all in one place, and relevant to libraries and online digital information work in France and Europe -- as part of FYI France (sm)(tm), an online service to which anyone can subscribe for 12 months by postal mailing a check for US $45, payable to Jack Kessler, to PO Box 460668, San Francisco, California, USA 94146 (site licenses also are available): please write your email address on the front of your check. And you can pay via PayPal, on the FYI France homepage:

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Please email suggestions for improvements to me at kessler@well.sf.ca.us

 

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FYI France: update, BM Lyon digital collections, Numelyo

 

F or anyone lucky enough to be in Lyon, this summer -- physically or, considering train & taxi & other labor-strikes, virtually --

BM Lyon, digital collections, Numelyo


http://numelyo.bm-lyon.fr

 

The Bibliothèque Municipale de Lyon, home to one of the finest ancient manuscript collections in France, or anywhere, proudly has unified its digital offerings into this single well-organized and easily-accessible site.

One may find there, now -- online & available & fascinating --

-- plus, all superbly-presented,

-- if you have an interest in The Word or The Image, written or spoken or acted or sung or depicted or evoked, or printed, engraved, glued-to-a-wall, kept-forever, or memorialized in a photograph, and/or digitized... then France is a wonderful place... not the only reason, but it's one of the very many...

 

In addition to the above "Collections" see also, then, as I've been saying, the BMLyon's "parcours thématiques": thematic presentations of the above and many other topics -- online, in fulltext, and meticulously-annotated and sumptuously-illustrated, just point & click -- they offer both "expositions virtuelles" and "dossiers thématiques".

You can create your very own "ma bibliothèque numérique" online, too -- "ma sélection de documents", and "mes recherches" -- and no advertising, or at least I don't see any yet -- one wonderful thing about digital libraries generally, online, is the absence of the nauseating advertising flooding the online sites where nowadays we all must do all our work. One of my formerly-favorite non-French "commercial" sites now shows me underwear, every time I log-on... I'm trying to find the functionality elsewhere, now, and as soon as I do I'll log-off... Online digital libraries don't pose this particularly-irritating Internet problem.

 

And, finally, at the BM Lyon online, from their "Numelyo" service:

je participe -- a very-French & very-librarianly approach to "social media" -- you can participate in,

 

Soit!

And virtually yours,

 

Jack Kessler, kessler@well.com

 

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FYI France (sm)(tm) e-journal ISSN 1071-5916
 
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      |         journal published since 1992 as a small-scale,
      |         personal experiment, in the creation of large-
      |         scale "information overload", by Jack Kessler.
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