Thursday, May 19, 2005

Main Articles: 'Digital Preservation: Best Practice and its Dissemination', Ariadne Issue 43

A news item on digital preservation:

Main Articles: 'Digital Preservation: Best Practice and its Dissemination', Ariadne Issue 43

Sigh...I wish blogger had a post classification system...

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