All posts by EIDR Secretariat

The Engineer’s Room: National Doughnut Day

On the face of it, you’d think that National Doughnut[1] Day, celebrated each year on the first Friday in June, honors police officers and their service to the community. Particu... More

The Engineer’s Room: Better than the Original

With the release of EIDR 2.5 on April 25, our thoughts turn to other sequels that are better than the original. While EIDR 2.5 is faster, easier to use, and more accessible than it... More

Rutgers Digital Asset Management Program Fills a Unique Gap

By Chris Tribbey, Editorial Director, MESA As a graduate student at Rutgers, working toward her masters in library and information science (MILS), Yonah Levenson, manager of met... More

The Engineer’s Room: Happy Lateran Treaty Day

As you all well know, February 11 is celebrated each year as Lateran Treaty Day in Vatican City, marking, as it does, the anniversary of the 1929 treaty between the Italian state a... More

EIDR’s Got You Covered: 2020 Oscar Nominations

Nominations for the 92nd Academy Awards are out and this year 57 different movies have been recognized with 124 individual nominations in 24 separate categories, led by Joker with ... More

The Engineer’s Room: A Look Back at a Look Ahead

2019 was an eventful year, but it may turn out to be most memorable for what didn’t happen. Audiovisual works – movies, TV programs, and video games – are often set in an uns... More

EIDR’s Got You Covered: 2020 Golden Globe Nominations

EIDR would like to congratulate all of the nominees for the 77th Golden Globe Awards, presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA). The awards telecast, hosted by Ri... More

The Engineer’s Room: New, For Christmas

There are various debates as to when the Christmas season officially begins. In the US, traditionalists and other right-thinking individuals put it on the Friday after Thanksgiving... More

The Engineer’s Room: Remember November

Remember November Remember, remember the Fifth of November, The Gunpowder Treason and Plot, I know of no reason Why the Gunpowder Treason Should ever be forgot.   Now t... More