Monthly Archives: June 2014

Full docs or it didn’t happen

Cassie Findlay In the issues paper ‘Access’, developed after The Recordkeeping Roundtable workshop ‘Reinventing Archival Methods’[2], Roundtable co-founder Barbara Reed described the information and technology landscape that we live in as characterised by ‘the ‘release’ of public information all over … Continue reading

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Contexts, connections, access: the glorious possibilities of getting it all wrong

Dr Tim Sherratt About a century ago in web years I wrote a thing about accessing archives on the web.[1] It’s now full of broken links and naive optimism. But a couple of the arguments I made way back then … Continue reading

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