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New York Times, Mon, 30 May 2005 6:40 PM PDT
'Kodak, Don't Take My Kodachrome'
Paul Simon sang about it. Film students shot on it. Now, advocates are
signing up to save Kodachrome, or at least its Super 8 motion-picture
a 1965 technology that the Eastman Kodak Company would very much like
The Charleston Gazette, Mon, 30 May 2005 10:07 PM PDT
On the records http://www.wvgazette.com/section/Today/2005053012
The Wise papers just came over. Four years of accumulated records have
arrived from the administration of Gov. Bob Wise, who left office in
Compact discs and hard drives arrived from Wise s office as well, said
Armstrong, the State Archives director.
SIDEBAR: Know the Rules and Regulations of the E-records Game
ComputerWorld - USA
MAY 30, 2005 (COMPUTERWORLD) - Electronic records are legal evidence of
business transactions. Legal adversaries, regulatory inspectors ...
SIDEBAR: Six Tips for Handling e-Records
ComputerWorld - USA
MAY 30, 2005 (COMPUTERWORLD) - Jane Connerton, corporate records manager
at Proctor & Gamble, recently oversaw the establishment of e-records
ComputerWorld - USA
... Despite renewed attention to e-records management, however, many
still lack automated systems to efficiently process all e-records
MCKESSON'S E-Health Gambit
InformationWeek - Manhasset,NY,USA
... from more automation is Concord Hospital, a 295-bed, $450
facility in Concord, NH Concord expects to complete an E-records project
with McKesson ...
SURVEY tests openness of district courts' files
Patriot-News - Harrisburg,PA,USA
... Newly elected district judges are told in training that their entire
files are public records, and that they must provide photocopies, said
Bob Hessler of the ...
Government Technology - Folsom,CA,USA
... done, he had compiled and sent out about 10 different paper case
on the ... audio tapes and video tapes of witnesses and suspects, to
records and any ...
WORLD turning to software VA shuns
St. Petersburg Times - St. Petersburg,FL,USA
... showed that nearly five of six doctors run their offices on
notes and paper files. When patients go from doctor to doctor, paper
often get ...
SECURITY and privacy take center stage
Sun-Sentinel.com - Fort Lauderdale,FL,USA
... the backup tapes with the names and Social Security numbers of
current and former employees lost after the tapes were misplaced by Iron
Mountain Inc. ...
ANDERSEN conviction overturned
CNN - USA
... The company defended its document retention policy as necessary
housekeeping, and denied shredding files to block a future
PRIVACY alert: every patient on database
Sydney Morning Herald (subscription) - New South Wales,Australia
The medical records of every person in NSW will be held on a central
database - and patients will no longer have the right to choose whether
TECHNOLOGY subject to public-records laws
San Bernardino Sun - San Bernardino,CA,USA
By Megan Blaney, Staff Writer. The laws governing public records and
meetings also include BlackBerry messages and phone calls. ...
SORRY, can't give you those public records
Globe and Mail - Toronto,Ontario,Canada
Canada's information culture is truly backward. A team of 89 reporters
from 45 newspapers blitzed federal and local government offices ...
SECRET world of industrial espionage
BBC News - UK
... Lockheed Martin said Boeing had acquired thousands of confidential
documents relating to its bid for a $2bn (£1.1bn) military rocket
in 1998. ...
ISRAELI police uncover Trojan industrial spy ring
ComputerWorld - USA
... The program appears to have been effective at stealing confidential
documents from targeted companies, as well as monitoring activity on
LOCAL Archivist Inaugural Winner of Mayor's Award
Halifax Live - Halifax,Nova Scotia,Canada
(Monday, May 30, 2005) --A Halifax resident is the inaugural winner of
the first Mayor's Award for Outstanding Contribution by an Individual
to a Museum or ...
HISTORY Room looks for help
Kalamazoo Gazette - Kalamazoo,MI,USA
... and housed elsewhere in the archives -- is a favorite example of her
Catholic order's heritage, said Sister Marilyn Sullivan, curator and
ON the records
Charleston Gazette - Charleston,WV,USA
... Mr. Miller was to take the negative. In 1911, the state adjutant
sent over Civil War records to Virgil Lewis, the first state archivist.
SHOW Clio the Money!
Inside Higher Ed - Washington,DC,USA
... in Washington by the National Coalition on History, representing the
interests of more than 70 professional organizations for historians and
ANDERSEN Conviction Overturned by US Supreme Court (Update4)
Bloomberg - USA
... Andersen said firm officials, including in-house attorney Nancy
merely reminded employees of its longstanding ``document-retention
GOVERNMENT'S openness on information: Ombudsman makes final report
PublicTechnology.net - UK
... for it. From January 2005 the Freedom of Information Act 2000 came
fully into force superseding the non-statutory Code. The report ...
OFFICIALS seek better notice on data theft
Boston Globe - Boston,MA,USA
... Bank of America alerted customers about the missing data tapes even
though it said law enforcement determined that the data likely had been
lost, not stolen or ...
STOLEN computer contains credit card data for 80,000 US government ...
Finextra - UK
... Furthermore, in December last year Bank of America "lost" computer
tapes containing charge card account information for 1.2 million
card holders ...
SUPREME Court Unanimously Overturns Andersen Conviction
Los Angeles Times - CA,USA
... were deleted. The document shredding ended on Nov. 9, when the SEC
formally requested Andersen's records related to Enron. In March ...
NEW disposal rule for consumer data kick in
SC Magazine - London,UK
... of reasonable measures, including implementing burning, pulverizing
or shredding policies to ... The definition also applies to compilations
of consumer records.
Washington Post, Tue, 31 May 2005 4:54 AM PDT
Imaging Technology Makes Ancient Text Readable
Two thousand years ago, Oxyrhynchus, "city of the sharp-nosed fish,"
was a provincial capital in central Egypt populated by the well-educated
descendants of Greek settlers. It had an 11,000-seat theater, a
dedicated to the city's namesake -- and a municipal dump on the
Deutsche Welle, Mon, 30 May 2005 11:15 PM PDT
Files Could Shed New Light on East German Spies
Just a number and a card -- the highly sensitive Rosewood files on
former East German spies have arrived in Germany from the U.S. The CIA
handed over sensitive files that name thousands of former East German
service agents to Germany.
COURIER archives online
Catholic Courier - Rochester,NY,USA
By Rob Cullivan/Catholic Courier. If you're interested in past articles
from the Catholic Courier, you now can find many of them ...
CALLAHAN donates papers for research
Kentucky Post - Covington,KY,USA
... House of Representatives, including nine as majority caucus chair,
will donate his career papers to the school's Schlachter Family
making them ...
LIBRARY opens archive doors
Pioneer Times - Wayne,NJ,USA
... been an archivist for WPU for 16 years, as well as special
librarian to the Cheng Library and a member of the University Archives
Committee, which ...
Peter A. Kurilecz
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