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MIT’s SIMILE Project: Innovations in Metadata Interaction and Analysis

Posted on 13th January 2008
Under: access, EAD, information visualization, interface design, metadata, open source, software | 2 Comments »

SAA2008 Here I Come! After the Revolution: Unleashing the Power of EAD

Posted on 10th January 2008
Under: access, ArchivesZ, EAD, information visualization, interface design, SAA2008 | 5 Comments »

Digital Preservation via Emulation – Dioscuri and the Prevention of Digital Black Holes

Posted on 25th December 2007
Under: access, at risk records, born digital records, context, electronic records, future-proofing, open source, preservation, software | 2 Comments »

Will Crashed Hard Drives Ever Equal Unlabeled Cardboard Boxes?

Posted on 6th December 2007
Under: access, appraisal, at risk records, electronic records, future-proofing, preservation | 7 Comments »

Using WWI Draft Registration Cards for Research: NARA Records Provide Crucial Data

Posted on 23rd November 2007
Under: access, digitization, funding, historical research, journalism, search | 1 Comment »

The MemoryArchive Affiliate Program: A Wiki Engine for Collecting Memoirs

Posted on 14th November 2007
Under: access, archival community, born digital records, metadata, open source, oral history, software, virtual collaboration | 2 Comments »

SAA2007: Content Aggregation, Shareable Metadata and Access (Session 607)

Posted on 9th November 2007
Under: access, context, controlled vocabularies, EAD, metadata, search | 1 Comment »

SAA2007: Publishers’ Bindings Online – Digitization, Collaboration, Standardization and Community Building (Session 707)

Posted on 22nd September 2007
Under: access, controlled vocabularies, digitization, funding, metadata, SAA2007, search, software, virtual collaboration | 2 Comments »

Preserving Virtual Worlds – TinyMUD to SecondLife

Posted on 17th August 2007
Under: access, at risk records, born digital records, funding, future-proofing, preservation | 3 Comments »

Public.Resource.Org: Creative Financing and Public Domain Content

Posted on 29th July 2007
Under: access, copyright, digitization, funding, photography, video | 1 Comment »
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