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- n. Plural form of archive.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of archive.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a collection of records especially about an institution.
- n. a place where historical records and documents are kept.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. collection of records especially about an institution
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I think that is a very useful perspective and if the common understanding of the term archives or records management 2.0 becomes that it represents the next version, a development of what has gone before, rather than a fundamental shift in purpose or values, I, for one, would be comfortable with that.
While browsing your achives I ran across this post, because browsing your archives is a lot more fun than actually working.
What had resurfaced as well from our archives is the following photo by Stephen Banham of a child's diorama of the Hariri car bomb site in Beirut.
Mike Lee just posted photos of his encounter with the new wifi access in Lower Manhattan: and in his archives is his visit to McDonalds
Perhaps the day will come when the journals hoarding this material will stop trying to collect exorbitant fees from it, especially that which is locked away in archives, and will make it available free of charge online, actually contributing to what ought to be the mission of scholarly journals in the first place, which is precisely to foster informed discussion of the subjects on which they focus.
The Role of information organizations including libraries, print and electronic publishing industries, and archives is discussed.
Buried deep in the archives is one bloody incident, in 1956, that left 111 Palestinian refugees dead, shot by Israeli soldiers.
A contribution to Flickr Commons. posted by Sheila Ryan in archives, history, photographs, photography | * | 7 comments comments
(Via Heather Champ on Flickr Blog) posted by Sheila Ryan in archives, history, international, travel | * | 5 comments comments
I offered to wear gloves (as used in archives) and I was told that “there is an argument against that”.