Culture / Heritage

I was at the Virtual Heritage conference yesterday at Technium CAST in Bangor (http://heritage.cs.bangor.ac.uk/) and listened to, among other things, a presentation on the value of intangible cultural assets by Drew Baker of King’s College. I was glad to see him pushing for the value of intangible cultural assets (poems, performances, songs, and so on) but was surprised by his insistence that people value tangible heritage over intangible. I see…