The Wall Street Journal takes a look at the National Archives and Records Administration’s efforts to preserve digital records. Because more documents have electronic origins and because of the growth of the use of Internet technologies, like e-mail, NARA is handling more electronic records today than it ever has. Dealing with it all poses challenges [...]
Archive for January 3rd, 2006
"We are here to find meaning. We are here to help other people do the same. Everything else is secondary." Hugh’s words explain another reason why I blog and do some of the other activities I do, like public speaking, teaching, and helping people with their weblogs.
On ZDNet, Phil Wainewright speculates on what’s next with feeds. Are people tired of using aggregators? Is creating one big feed of many feeds the latest important trend? (Is that really as new as the post claims when several aggregators have been doing that for a while?) Is publishing other source’s feeds on our Web [...]