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by Barbara Sierman

A deadly sin

At last week’s iPRES2013 conference in Lisbon, a talk was given about an experiment on the migration of WARC files, done by Tessella, called Studies on the scalability of web preservation. One remark in the talk caused...  
At last week’s iPRES2013 conference in Lisbon,...  

Sustainability is more than saving the bits

The subject of the JISC/SCA report Sustaining our digital Future. Institutional strategies for digital content. By Nancy L. Maron, Jason Yun and Sarah Pickle (2013),  is the sustainability of digitised collections...  
The subject of the JISC/SCA...  

Peeking over the wall

Recently a very interesting report was published in the series of DPC Technology Watch Reports  Digital Forensics and Preservation, by Jeremy Leighton John, from the British Library. I knew the phrase “digital...  
Recently a very interesting report was published...  

OAIS explained in Dutch

For everyone who is interested in an article in Dutch, which explains the main topics of the OAIS model, please read my recently published article Het OAIS-model, een leidraad voor duurzame toegankelijkheid.This article was...  
For everyone who is interested in an article in...  

The Atlas continued

Thanks for the positive feedback on my blog to create an Atlas of Digital Damages. The upcoming IPRES conference in Toronto might be a good opportunity to exchange ideas and may be to initiate something in (international)...  
Thanks for the positive feedback on my blog to...  

Original look not appreciated

hile it is a primary goal in digital preservation to  preserve the significant properties of the original  digital object over the years, I recently realized that it could also be beneficial not to show  the...  
hile it is a primary goal in digital preservation...  
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