1. Cornell University: World’s largest natural sound archive now fully digital and fully online. →

    justanotherqueerlibrarystudent:

    cornelluniversity:

    “In terms of speed and the breadth of material now accessible to anyone in the world, this is really revolutionary,” says audio curator Greg Budney, describing a major milestone just achieved by the Macaulay Library archive at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. All archived analog recordings in the…

    I guarantee this is the coolest thing you will learn about all weekend.

    Woop! There’s a review of a book from a person from Cornell’s Ornithology Lab in the upcoming Feb. 15 issue of LJ.

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    This is bloody amazing. Serious props to everyone involved in making this happen.
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    Just found out about this sound archive and thought it might be of intrest to people