Last class we watched a pretty cool video on linked-dated. It appears from this article posted on The Chronicle of Higher Education website that librarians are beginning to see the benefit of using linked-data, especially for archives and special collections. Last month, just in time for Halloween, the manuscripts which led to the creation of the novel Frankenstein were released to the public through a collaboration between the New York Public Library and the Bodleian Library, at the University of Oxford. Although, thousands of miles apart, the two libraries utilized linked-data concepts to present this great project to the public. Also, interesting is how they created the metadata for this project.