“To a search engine, untranscribed audio is invisible audio. With text, every keyword is a breadcrumb, leading new audiences to discover that material online. Yet with audio, these same keywords are hidden, making recorded voices inaccessible to the audiences they deserve. We're here to make your audio visible to the web.
"Findery enables users to find and leave notes around the world. Notes can be stories, advice, jokes, diatribes, information, memories, facts, advertisements, love letters, grocery lists and manifestos. The content of a note is only limited by your imagination. A note can be shared with the world, one to one, or only with yourself." (From Findery's FAQs).
The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life publishes and shares collection-based sounds via the SoundCloud platform since 2010.
The 2013 exhibition, Sound Objects, includes a dedicated SoundCloud playlist created by "playing" and recording ritual objects from The Magnes Collection.
Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, open source, easy-to-use tool that helps collect, organize, cite, and share research sources such as bibliographic data, social media links, web pages and PDF files, installed in a web browser as a Firefox add-on.
The curatorial staff of The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life maintains many research resources on Zotero, and shares them in a dedicated group page.
Issuu (issuu.com) is the leading digital publishing platform delivering exceptional reading experiences of magazines, catalogs, and newspapers.
The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life uses Issuu to publish its Newsletter.
The Magnes shares its work in progress via lino's online "stikies" and canvases. Online visitors can follow the developments of various projects carried out by staff, curators, and visiting scholars and artists, getting unique "sneak-previews" about upcoming exhibitions, programs and research.
Digital aggregation of Magnes work is now on Dipity http://www.dipity.com/magnes. You can find a timeline, a list, a flipbook and a map of content from the Magnes Blog, plus Flickr, Youtube, Delicious, Slideshare...