PRESIDENT Signs National Archives Budget
U.S. Newswire (press release) - Washington,DC,USA
9 /US Newswire/ -- Congress has passed and the President has approved a
budget for the National Archives and Records Administration for Fiscal
Year 2005 of ...
SOMERSET put audio history online to complement Exmoor archives
PublicTechnology.net - UK
... County Council's Somerset Archive and Record Service has launched an
audio link on its Exmoor Oral History Archive website (www.somerset.gov.uk/archives/exmoor
BRAZILIAN government promises to declassify military documents
MercoPress - Uruguay
The Brazilian government said this week it would comply with a court ruling
to open military archives on a guerrilla group which operated in the Amazon's
ELECTRONIC records system goes online at area hospital
Las Vegas Sun - Las Vegas,NV,USA
... continuously updated. North Vista was the first of IASIS Healthcare
LLC's 15 hospitals to convert to an electronic records system. But ...
UVA-WISE students searched document archives
Coalfield Progress - Norton,VA,USA
... of the archives, which cover the late 1800s to the 1970s, can make
things hard to find, but the students had the assistance of Hagley archivist
Christopher Baer ...
SPECIAL Collections unit is reorganized
University at Buffalo Reporter - Buffalo,NY,USA
... Edens has devoted considerable efforts as interim archivist to the
restructuring, description and organization of the Archives and to overseeing
the cataloging ...
TERCENTENNIAL Panel Backs Away From A Fight With The State Library ...
Newtown Bee - Newtown,CT,USA
... archives in a tightly sealed, highly secure environment. It is bound
with other documents and backed with silk cloth to reinforce the document.
"The archivist ...
PUBLIC bodies unprepared for the Freedom of Information Act
ComputerWeekly.com - UK
Parts of the health service, police and local authorities will not be fully
prepared for the Freedom of Information Act, which comes into force in
January, a ...
IMPORTANT Documents Missing from Employee Files
WSAV-TV - Savannah,GA,USA
... keeps electronic files on every employee, but is missing some important
documents. The files are supposed to include things like fingerprint records,
drug test ...
PROBATE Court moves to old middle school
Anderson Independent Mail (subscription) - Anderson,SC,USA
... Probate Court holds public records and handles wills, death and birth
... Some of the held documents include two old Bibles and church files,
both dating back ...
ASU to open Richard Petty collection to public
Wilmington Morning Star - Wilmington,NC,USA
... of the few stock car library collections open to the public, soon will
make available items about NASCAR legend Richard Petty, now stored in
70 archival boxes. ...
RICHARDSON: Retuning my outlook to fit the 21st century
Hingham Journal - Hingham,MA,USA
... I do represent the Old Fort House Historical Repository (OFHHR), an
archival museum relating to this ancient village of Hingham. ...
MOSAID shares soar 20% on patent ruling
The Globe and Mail (subscription) - Toronto,ON,Canada
... allowed the destruction of 15 to 20 gigabytes of e-mails and attached
data because it didn't place a "litigation hold" on its document retention
policy, the ...
KTRE-TV East Texas, Wed, 08 Dec 2004 3:01 PM PST
12/08/04-Nacogdoches Backing Up Your Computer Is Important http://www.ktre.com/Global/story.asp?S=2667692&nav=2FH5TzCG
The first big job for Morgan Oil Company in Nacogdoches is to restore computer files lost in a fire that destroyed its business office. The company backed up its records on a monthly basis. November files weren't backed up at the time of the fire.
The Desert-Mountain Times, Thu, 09 Dec 2004 4:16 AM PST
Adam Muhlig finds a literary treasure right next door http://www.dmtimes.net/blog/_archives/2004/12/9/200751.html
Literary archivist Adam Muhlig at his home in Marathon. Adam Muhlig of Marathon is a book collector. He also has a good business evaluating and cataloging the literary archives of contemporary writers. Work comes to him mostly by word of mouth.
New York Times
December 9, 2004
Tom Swift's New Camera, Ready for Space and Spies
By JULIE SALAMON
s an adolescent, Clifford Ross was an apathetic science student but obsessed by Tom Swift. Now
52, Mr. Ross has become a character appropriate to a boys' adventure novel. An artist and
businessman, he recently became an inventor - of a camera unusual enough to capture the attention of
serious scientists, including the kinds who work for the government, experimenting with nuclear fusion,
space travel and spy systems. What grabbed them were photographs Mr. Ross took that allowed them to
see with astonishing clarity a tiny footpath on the top of a Colorado mountain seven miles from the
SEC Probes Firms That Gather
Data on Who Owns What Shares
Its Question: Have They Paid
Custodian Banks' Staffers
To Give Up Information?
Trying to Remember
New Passwords Isn't
As Easy as ABC123
Codes in Flux Have Employees
Jotting, Not Memorizing;
Long Lists on a Post-It
Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
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