New paper: Practical Limits to the Scope of Digital Preservation

As has been noted in some far-flung corners of the internet, I have a paper in the next current volume of ITAL.  It’s currently available on ITAL’s preprint archive here.  I’m reasonably satisfied with it, considering it’s my first.  There was a period there, when I was completely immersed in everything published on the topic in […]

Article Idea: current issues in digital preservation explained simply

Article, not peer review:

use single example–archives for deceased author–to demonstrate various limitations facing archives today.

Until the Sun consumes the Earth, or next Tuesday

I’m working on another paper of digital preservation.  I’m trying out OneNote for my notes this time, so I don’t plan to post them here, as I’ve sometimes done in the past.  Here’s a choice quote though:

“Digital information lasts forever–or five years, whichever comes first.”  -Jeff Rothenburg