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Fixity and Fluidity in Digital Preservation

Posted by: Bill LeFurgy

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Using Wayback Machine for Research

Posted by: Butch Lazorchak

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The is of the Digital Object and the is of the Artifact

Posted by: Trevor Owens

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Read All About It! An Update on the National Digital Newspaper Program

Posted by: Susan Manus

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If You Can’t Open It, You Don’t Own It

Posted by: Leslie Johnston

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Revisiting NISO’s “A Framework for Building Good Digital Collections”

Posted by: Mike Ashenfelder

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My Weekend Project

Posted by: Erin Engle

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Bits Breaking Bad: The Atlas of Digital Damages

Posted by: Bill LeFurgy

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DAMs Vs. LAMs: It’s On!

Posted by: Butch Lazorchak