PAPERS back lawsuit
Monterey County Herald - Monterey,CA,USA
California's newspapers have rallied behind the Contra Costa Times' public
records lawsuit against Oakland, arguing in a friend of the court brief
that knowing ...
GRANTS will help schools, village clear files
Pawling News Chronicle - Pawling,NY,USA
... records are spelled out in the New York State Retention. All documents
that will be destroyed will be inventoried, so that a record will exist
showing all files ...
LOCAL company helps companies protect documents
Palm Beach Post - Palm Beach,FL,USA
... Its fleet of trucks shuttles files and computer data back and ... While
Sterling protects records for a lot of large ... Folks who choose to send
their documents to a ...
P*RN Law Draws Adult Sites' Ire
Wired News - USA
... to help webmasters manage all performer records in a ... with digital
copies of documentation files and identification ... no, do you have the
documents' for webmasters ...
MIDDLE East banking industry faces race to regulatory compliance
AME Info - United Arab Emirates
... to eight years, and be able to call up and access these records on
demand ... copies by subject heading, body text and attachments in order
to delete multiple copies ...
DEFENDING Dusty Records
Fort Worth Weekly - Fort Worth,TX,USA
... of Information Act. But even the lawyer who suggested the FOIA challenge
said the chances of success seemed slim. Shortly after ...
WILLCOX couple volunteering for South Dakota State Historical ...
Range News - Wilcox,AZ,USA
... an agreement with the Genealogical Society of Utah, Bill and Annie
Jordan of Willcox are preserving on microfilm census cards housed in the
State Archives. ...
CITY wrestles with rising inquiry costs
Dallas Morning News (subscription) - Dallas,TX,USA
... Citizens For Law Abiding Government – or C-FLAG, said he wants to
deal in facts, and that requires getting them from meeting minutes and
public documents. ...
MY private peepshow
Guardian - UK
... The directors are dead, but the films remain. Coordinated by the Association
of Moving Image Archivists, the event is part peepshow, part archaeological
Inside Iron Mountain
Information Management Pioneer Thinks 'Outside the Box' in
Galveston Daily News 8/23/04
Firefighter lawsuit set to go to court
New York Times 8/25/04
A Thousand Words? This Stash Is Worth a Trillion
By DAN BARRY
IT began with Moe. Just Moe.
He spent his days clipping photographs and drawings of everything and anything, using scissors large
enough to pass as shears. He smoked cigarettes, played the ponies, used a pay phone for all business,
and heated his coffee with a device that dangled from the ceiling light. He had his own way, Moe did.
Long ago, before the Internet, Moe ran a company called Reference Pictures. Say you were an illustrator
trying to conjure a unicorn, or an art director trying to envision the Grand Canyon for some advertising
pitch. You'd call up Moe, and soon a messenger would appear with an envelope of inspiration: images of
unicorns, images of canyons, culled from assorted periodicals by Moe and his mighty shears.
Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
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