TAGOKOR: Biography of an Electronic Record

I figured I would put up a post noting the publication last month of my piece in Issue 4 of Archive Journal, “TAGOKOR: Biography of an Electronic Record.” The piece attempts something of a material culture studies approach to look

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TAGOKOR: Biography of an Electronic Record

I figured I would put up a post noting the publication last month of my piece in Issue 4 of Archive Journal, “TAGOKOR: Biography of an Electronic Record.” The piece attempts something of a material culture studies approach to look

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Preserving Digital Culture – The Good, The Bad, and The Syllabus

I was lucky enough to have the chance to co-teach the class “Preserving Digital Culture,” with Alison Langmead (thanks Alison!) and  James King this past semester, Spring 2014, as part of the archives track curriculum of the MLIS program at

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Preserving Digital Culture – The Good, The Bad, and The Syllabus

I was lucky enough to have the chance to co-teach the class “Preserving Digital Culture,” with Alison Langmead (thanks Alison!) and  James King this past semester, Spring 2014, as part of the archives track curriculum of the MLIS program at

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I Review 6 Digital Preservation Models So You Don’t Have To

  When digging through the ol’ desktop/hard-drive/thumb-drives/external-drives/google-drive/dropbox/evernote/oh-god-please-help-me recently I came across the notes (filename: “levels_notes.doc” — good grief) I had taken when Andrea Goethals, Trevor Owens, Meg Phillips and I were working on the paper, The NDSA Levels of Digital

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I Review 6 Digital Preservation Models So You Don’t Have To

  When digging through the ol’ desktop/hard-drive/thumb-drives/external-drives/google-drive/dropbox/evernote/oh-god-please-help-me recently I came across the notes (filename: “levels_notes.doc” — good grief) I had taken when Andrea Goethals, Trevor Owens, Meg Phillips and I were working on the paper, The NDSA Levels of Digital

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File Fixity and Data Integrity

  Another post for The Signal. This one is part of our series explicating each “box” of the Levels of Digital Preservation guidance document. Needless to say, I’m always looking for an excuse to use this picture of Old Heidelberg,

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File Fixity and Data Integrity

  Another post for The Signal. This one is part of our series explicating each “box” of the Levels of Digital Preservation guidance document. Needless to say, I’m always looking for an excuse to use this picture of Old Heidelberg,

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Personal Stories, Storage Media, and Veterans History: An Interview with Andrew Cassidy-Amstutz

Another post for The Signal, this time talking to Andrew Cassidy-Amstutz about his preservation work in the Veterans History Project (VHP) at the Library of Congress. Personal Stories, Storage Media, and Veterans History: An Interview with Andrew Cassidy-Amstutz

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Personal Stories, Storage Media, and Veterans History: An Interview with Andrew Cassidy-Amstutz

Another post for The Signal, this time talking to Andrew Cassidy-Amstutz about his preservation work in the Veterans History Project (VHP) at the Library of Congress. Personal Stories, Storage Media, and Veterans History: An Interview with Andrew Cassidy-Amstutz

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Crossing the River: An Interview With W. Walker Sampson of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History

In this post for The Signal, I talk with W. Walker Sampson about his work at Mississippi Department of Archives and History and about his use of the NDSA Levels of Digital Preservation. Walker has since moved on to be

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Crossing the River: An Interview With W. Walker Sampson of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History

In this post for The Signal, I talk with W. Walker Sampson about his work at Mississippi Department of Archives and History and about his use of the NDSA Levels of Digital Preservation. Walker has since moved on to be

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More Podcast, Less Process

I don’t often post work-related stuff here, but the few internet wanderers that may stumble upon this site and have an interest in its topics may also be interested in More Podcast, Less Process, a podcast  series I do with

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More Podcast, Less Process

I don’t often post work-related stuff here, but the few internet wanderers that may stumble upon this site and have an interest in its topics may also be interested in More Podcast, Less Process, a podcast  series I do with

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Solving Problems and Saving Bits: An Interview with Jason Scott

Another post for The Signal. Leslie Johnston had blogged about Jason previously on The Signal (see Jason Scott, Rogue Archivist) but I wanted to highlight some of his recent work with Internet Archive, JSMESS, and other projects, which I won’t link

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Solving Problems and Saving Bits: An Interview with Jason Scott

Another post for The Signal. Leslie Johnston had blogged about Jason previously on The Signal (see Jason Scott, Rogue Archivist) but I wanted to highlight some of his recent work with Internet Archive, JSMESS, and other projects, which I won’t link

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