DELAWARE County Newcomers vie for recorder's office
Columbus This Week Newspapers - Columbus Area,OH,USA
... One of the duties of the recorder is to serve on the county records
commission, which authorizes the retention of county records and decides
when or how these ...
SLEUTHING in the e-files
Minneapolis Star Tribune (subscription) - Minneapolis,MN,USA
... old floppies held 500 pages of documents; the new ... Electronic records
have been used to build high-profile ... to "clean up" their computer
files; resurrected files ...
TOWN officials slight state records on contra
Brookline TAB - Needham,MA,United States
... But opponents say checking these records may help avoid ... old bonds,
outdated DCAM reports and outdated insurance documents. ... we saw [in
the files] was subjective ...
SPAMMERS beware: Sender ID prepares to make Canadian debut
Silicon Valley North - Toronto,Ontario,Canada
... SPF records for as many of their domains as they can. Aside from e-mail
privacy, placing a lock on spam may decrease the time a recipient uses
to delete ...
WEB at root of this race
Charlotte Observer (subscription) - Charlotte,NC,USA
... use. The office is responsible for keeping critical public documents,
including land records and birth and death certificates. "I ...
GRANT to help preserve films by Delta farmer
Jackson Clarion Ledger - Jackson,MS,USA
... of Mississippi History. Dye first approached the family and suggested
they donate the films to the state archives. The Department ...
AberdeenNews.com, Thu, 14 Oct 2004 2:40 AM PDT
Convent opens door to past http://www.aberdeennews.com/mld/aberdeennews/news/9916387.htm
About a month ago, Sister Margaret Anne Talbott of Aberdeen expressed hope that something from Ireland might be found inside a 51-year-old time capsule discovered on Sept. 2 at her residence, Presentation Heights convent.
Daytona Beach News-Journal, Wed, 13 Oct 2004 11:49 PM PDT
Sheriff gives in, allows computer inspection http://www.news-journalonline.com/NewsJournalOnline/News/Flagler/03FlaglerFLAG01101404.htm
BUNNELL -- In a surprise move Wednesday, Flagler County Sheriff's Office officials opened up their computers to a public records searcch concerning Sheriff Jim Manfre's controversial calendar.
SABONJIAN takes issue with recorder's efficiency
Pioneer Press Online - Glenview,IL,USA
... of a pilot project with the Illinois Department of Revenue that would
allow title companies and banks to electronically file deeds and other
ADULTERY, alcohol and art: who said archives were boring
ABC Regional Online - Australia
... "Without question, there are countless other treasures and intriguing
stories which the archives can offer up and are just waiting to be told,"
he says. ...
VETERANS Alarmed By Rumor About Military Records
KIROtv.com - Seattle,WA,USA
WASHINGTON -- The National Archives has been besieged with thousands of
calls from veterans trying to save their personal records from destruction,
KIRO 7 ...
LIBRARY to open today
Springfield State Journal Register - Springfield,IL,USA
... Library formerly was underground, below the Old State Capitol, before
its staff and contents were moved this summer to the presidential library
down the street ...
IN GOOGLE WE TRUST?
Critics Question How Much Judges, Lawyers Should Rely on
Internet Search Results
BY MOLLY McDONOUGH
Ever wonder what your client did before embroiling himself in the multimillion-dollar
litigation you have agreed to resolve? What about the reputation of a company
you’re about to sue?
The answer could be only a few keystrokes away. For more and more lawyers,
Google has become an irresistible and indispensable ultimate answer-finder.
Prosecutor leaves crime files on dumped PC
By Jan Libbenga (libbenga at yahoo.com)
Published Friday 8th October 2004 12:25 GMT
Dutch public prosecutor Joost Tonino was condemned yesterday for putting his old PC out with the trash. It
contained sensitive information about criminal investigations in Amsterdam, and also his email address, credit card
number, social security number and personal tax files. Tonino dumped the computer, which he hadn't used for two
years, because he thought it contained a virus. The operating system wouldn't start.
HeraldNet, Mon, 11 Oct 2004 11:45 AM PDT
State's digital archive opens http://www.heraldnet.com/stories/04/10/11/bus_archive001.cfm
CHENEY - Washington has opened what is believed to be the nation's first digital archives for state government, holding everything from birth records to the first election results in Washington Territory in 1854.
Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
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