- v. present participle of digitalize.
“We've truly entered a new level of transparency in our private and professional lives - thanks to the Internet and the resultant "digitalizing" of information.”
“3-D animated landscape, including steps such as digitalizing simple hand drawings if necessary, SANDDE then allows the animator to draw in the environment itself.”
“The southwest Ohio school has been digitalizing Tibetan language and documents while working with an institute of Buddhist studies in India, where the Dalai Lama lives in exile.”
“What's more, the Fototeca - 21 years old this year - has now undertaken the gargantuan task of digitalizing its images onto the archive's computer system.”
“Slowly, newspapers and wire services are digitalizing and I will attempt to bring the stories on-line as they are available.”
“After the field, we kept working at the camp-lab digitalizing the forms, organizing photographs, editing maps, etc.”
“Currently, apart from the clean-up, we are also digitalizing forms and processing the GPS information in order to produce accurate mound distribution maps.”
“As he explained to the inquisitive veep, the process starts by digitalizing the larger image and selecting the smaller photos that will become the tiles from his database of 100,000 stock photographs or from a special collection like the Library of Congress's war pics.”
“It appears that the Government may be taking a nod from Europeana – the new European Union digital library – which has been actively digitalizing 2m books, recordings, and paintings and films for their files.”
“In some quarters, the enemies of the printed book pretend that they are merely trying to save the book from the print -- "the last bastion of analog," as Jeff Bezos ominously told a reporter from Newsweek (prepare the gallows!); to save reading by digitalizing it.”
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