Mon, 18 Apr 2005 0:02 AM PDT
Better saved than sorry http://www.fcw.com/article88610-04-18-05-Print
Recommendations for preserving the records of federal research would
simplify the task of appraising those records, say archivists and
officers who have reviewed the proposed guidelines.
TURKISH Archives: 523,000 Killed by the Armenian Militants
Journal of Turkish Weekly - Ankara,Turkey
ANKARA (JTW) The Turkish State Archive on Sunday issued a list of more
than 523,000 Turks it said were massacred by Armenians in Turkey in the
period 1910-1922 ...
IMPROPERLY Shared Files Feeds Spammers
Slyck - Astoria,NY,USA
... email addresses. The files were either clearly labeled text
such as "email_addresses.txt" or Outlook data files. The files ...
COPYRIGHT or copy wrong? `Orphan works' at issue
Chicago Tribune (subscription) - USA
... publications. "Major museums sometimes can't reproduce their own
Libraries and archivists also struggle with the issue. "As ...
MISSOURI Attorney General Jay Nixon and St. Joseph Museum Reach ...
Kansas City infoZine - Kansas City,MO,USA
... Nixon filed the suit last month when his office requested several
documents from the museum's executive director - including documents
LEXISNEXIS Begins Mailing Notifications Today to Individuals Whose ...
Business Wire (press release) - San Francisco,CA,USA
... This included truncating SSNs displayed in non-public documents and
narrowing access to full SSNs and DLNs to law enforcement and a
group of legally ...
UTD joins System bid for Bush Presidential Library
UTD Mercury - Richardson,TX,USA
Select faculty and administrators have drafted a preliminary proposal
the George W. Bush Presidential Library to be built at UTD after Bush's
HISTORIAN donates to UCA archives
Searcy Daily Citizen - Searcy,AR,USA
More than 50 boxes of books, letters, research data and other materials
accumulated by Cloie Presley of Searcy were recently transferred to UCA
archives by the ...
MUSEUMS, libraries and archives lead the way in website ...
eGov monitor - London,UK
The biennial Jodi Mattes Accessibility Awards for website accessibility
in museums, libraries and archives were announced this week, coinciding
with the ...
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Mon, 18 Apr 2005 1:18 PM PDT
Hope is never lost if file search can do its job
No longer is search just about finding stuff on the Internet. The
battleground has moved to individual PCs as leading search companies
tools for cataloging your computer. The three I tried are all good at
files – even ones I thought I had long deleted.
LA Farge man helps keep alive Corps of Discovery sergeant's legacy
LaCrosse Tribune - LaCrosse,WI,USA
... Floyd's journal was scanned and in April 2003, Harry Miller,
archivist for WHS Archives, made a presentation to the Friends of the
WAVE of NC public records bills seek more exceptions
Lexington Dispatch - Lexington,NC,USA
... That's the location of the Public Records Law, which guarantees the
press and the public prompt access with no explanation required to
regarding the ...
CONSUMER Watch | Too many privy to private data
philly.com - Philadelphia,PA,USA
... The good news was that Eastern National isn't one of those
personal data brokers you may have heard about recently, such as
and Seisint. ...
IT Directors - USA
In February, ChoicePoint, a US company that aggregates and rents
data, broke the news that the personal data of up to 146,000 US
Anchorage Daily News
Film-preservation group celebrates new office and vault
Books scanned into virtual library
By Arlette Grouner
Mountain View, California - It's a bookworm's dream: logging in to a
virtual library from the quiet of home, and then plunging into one
beloved book after another.
Employees at the world's largest Internet search engine, Google, are
now trying to make this dream a reality.
Decoded at last: the 'classical holy grail' that may rewrite the
history of the world
Scientists begin to unlock the secrets of papyrus scraps bearing
long-lost words by the literary giants of Greece and Rome
Peter A. Kurilecz
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