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Tag Archives: webarchiving
Events and debate used to take place through traditional printed media, whether broadsides, newspapers, posters or pamphlets. Think of your own local studies service. Ours has a box of newspaper cuttings, copy photos, articles, etc. on the 1996 IRA bomb. … Continue reading
What happens to websites when they die? What is your organisation doing to ensure its website goes down in history? Do you know an interesting website and want to help save it for posterity? The British Library’s Web Preservation Programme … Continue reading
Archives are the records of transactions between people. They are what survives of us – whether it’s the letters of a politician, the diaries of a housewife, school photographs or prison registers. More and more archives are coming to us … Continue reading