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RAIN 02/12: From Digital to Digital

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Bank Technology News Feb 2001
Document Imaging after e-sign
New imaging technologies are more likely to be adopted now that electronic
signatures are legally binding and paper contracts largely unnecessary.
http://www.electronicbanker.com/btn/articles/btnfeb01-4.shtml

by Debra Haverson
first part of two part story
Business computing has evolved a great deal since the phrase "paperless
office" first appeared many years ago, yet the paperless vision remains an
almost mythical ideal. Unfortunately, it's likely to remain so in the wake
of the new federal "e-Sign" law, which went into effect this past Oct. 1. A
more accurate description of the new environment in which imaging, document
management, electronic signatures and digital signatures will operate in
2001 is "less paper."
Nonetheless, some truly remarkable technology exists for streamlining both
business-to-business (B-to-B) and in-house business processes, enabling
faster, more convenient interaction with customers. During the past few
years, companies have witnessed a rapid evolution in imaging and document
management solutions. Today, the rate of evolution accelerates because the
Electronic Signatures in Global Commerce Act--the official name of the
e-Sign bill--almost eliminates concerns about the legality of electronically
consumated transactions.





Washington Post 2/11/01
Assassination Central
http://washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A47797-2001Feb9.html

As I walk into the unassuming office in a run-down K Street building, my
fever dreams of linking UFOs, Nazis and JFK's murder quickly dissipate upon
being confronted by three crowded, cluttered rooms lined with file cabinets
and piled with cartons of typescript legal papers. The Assassination
Archives and Research Center is as serious as a .308 bolt-action rifle with
10X scope.
The archive's stated mission -- "acquiring, preserving and providing
information on political assassinations" -- has been accomplished with
enough diligence to make it the largest private archives and library of its
kind in the world, crammed with intelligence materials from the FBI and CIA
related to organized crime, terrorism, John Lennon's assassination and, of
course, the shooting deaths of the big three '60s heroes: JFK, RFK and MLK.



Bangor Daily News 02/10/01
Federal appeals court hears Indian legal battle
http://www.bangornews.com/cgi-bin/article.cfm?storynumber=28843

Associated Press
BOSTON - Maine Indian tribes, battling to keep their water clean, shouldn't
be forced to turn over their internal documents to a group of paper
companies, an attorney for the tribes told a federal appeals court Friday.
Kaighn Smith, attorney for the Passamaquoddy Tribe and the Penobscot Nation,
said the law doesn't allow outsiders to intrude into "internal tribal
matters."
But an attorney for the companies, who are seeking information on the
tribe's dealings with federal water quality regulators, urged the court to
defer to a Maine judge who has already ruled that the documents should be
released under the state public records law.



BBC News 02/10/01
Mandela recordings released
http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/world/europe/newsid_1164000/1164458.stm

To mark the eleventh anniversary of Nelson Mandela's release from jail, the
British Library has issued audio recordings of the trial that led to his
26-year jail term.




Nando Media 02/11/01
Clinton library currently housed in former Olds dealership
<http://www.nando.com/noframes/story/0,2107,500308887-500496119-503479317-0,
00.html>

by Brian Skoloff
Associated Press
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (February 11, 2001 2:16 p.m. EST
http://www.nandotimes.com) - Inside the vault containing gifts from foreign
heads of state, archivist Edward Quick unhooks bone clasps from velvet loops
and carefully opens a box presented to President Clinton by the People's
Republic of China.
He carefully removes several ornate watercolors bearing poems written in
Chinese.
"We see in these items a bit about how these people depicted themselves and
how they wanted to be perceived to other countries," says Quick, an
archivist for the Clinton presidential library being built here. "Many of
these gifts are from some of the most famous people in the world."




Japan Times 02/12/01
Court destroyed questionably handled documents
http://www.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/getarticle.pl5?nn20010212a6.htm

FUKUOKA (Kyodo) The Fukuoka District Court destroyed all the photocopies of
police-submitted documents pertaining to a death-threat case involving the
wife of a Fukuoka High Court judge, according to judiciary sources.
It was earlier revealed that the district court had made photocopies of the
documents presented by the police and passed them on to the high court,
where the 48-year-old Judge Ryuichi Furukawa works.
However, the sources said the district court destroyed all the photocopies
Jan. 31, the same day the judge's wife Sonoko, 40, was arrested on suspicion
of threatening another woman over her involvement with a man whom Sonoko had
met through a dating service.
The sources said the district court destroyed the photocopies because there
was no reason to keep them anymore.





Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 02/08/01
Secret documents leaked to press
<http://www.faz.com/IN/INtemplates/eFAZ/archive.asp?doc={B7FD9ACE-FD10-11D4-
A3B3-009027BA22E4}&width=767&height=572&agt=explorer&ver=4&svr=4>

F.A.Z. BERLIN. The public prosecutor's office in the Bavarian city of Munich
on Thursday ordered a search of the office and the apartment belonging to an
aide of Frank Hofmann, the Social Democrats' representative on the committee
investigating the Christian Democratic Union's slush-fund scandal.




Edmonton Journal 02/011/01
For Sale: copies of historic U.S. documents
Archivist denies they're worth what owner claims
http://www.edmontonjournal.com/news1/stories/010211/5040141.html

by David Heyman
Calgay Herald with files from the Great Falls Tribune
To J.R. Pid-dee, the truth is self-evident -- the U.S. Declaration of
Independence and the Bill of Rights hanging on his wall are at least 150
years old and are worth thousands of dollars.
The semi-retired Calgarian, who's now offering to sell the documents over
the Internet, says he discovered them in a used book that a friend of his
bought at a garage sale in Great Falls, Mont., in 1991.
When he brought the mysterious papers home, they were so brittle he couldn't
unfold them. He put them in a kitchen cupboard with a bowl of water to add
humidity for about two weeks and then tried again.
This time, the dry papers were revealed to be very old copies of two of the
most famous documents in history.




The Daily Herald 02/10/01
Judge demands records
http://www.harktheherald.com/article.php?sid=3651&mode=thread&order=0

Associated Press
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Hoping to uncover what the LDS Church knew about a
high priest convicted of sexually abusing an 11-year-old boy, a Multnomah
County judge ordered the church to release internal records of sex-abuse
complaints and discipline actions.
The church has filed an emergency appeal with the Oregon Supreme Court.
Multnomah County Circuit Judge Ellen F. Rosenblum ordered the church on Jan.
24 to produce not only all records of Franklin Richard Curtis, the high
priest, but also all records of reports of sex abuse made against anyone in
the Portland or East Portland wards.
The order includes third-person complaints, in which someone reported
suspicions of abuse between two others.




Washington Post 02/10/01
It pays to keep the paperwork
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A47853-2001Feb9.html

by Benny L. Kass
As taxpayers, we are all legally required to keep accurate books and records
in the event the Internal Revenue Service decides to audit our tax returns.
But how long to keep those records, and which ones?
The answer in the case of real estate is that there are some documents that
we should keep forever.
In general, there is a three-year statute of limitations for the IRS to
assess a tax and impose a penalty (that statute starts running on the day
the tax return is due, even if you file early; or on the day you file if you
get an extension; or on the day you pay your tax, if you file early but pay
later). Once the three years are up and the IRS may no longer examine your
returns for a particular year, you may dispose of that year's records.
However, the IRS states that records should be kept "for as long as they are
important for any Federal tax law." For practical purposes that will become
clear, this means that when you buy real estate, whether your principal
residence or an investment property, you should document every stage of the
transaction and keep the records even after you dispose of the property.





Lincoln Journal Star 02/11/01
Clinton library has record price tag
http://www.journalstar.com/nation?story_id=3526&date=20010211&past=

New York Daily News
NEW YORK - Like his proposed post-presidency office suite in Manhattan,
former President Bill Clinton's library-museum complex in Arkansas will be
the most expensive in history.
The ex-president is planning a sprawling 27-acre campus in downtown Little
Rock that initially was estimated to cost $125 million but has grown to $200
million.
To pay for his legacy, the Clintons and their allies are soliciting big
money from supporters - including the ex-wife of controversial pardon
recipient Marc Rich.





Lincoln Journal Star 02/11/01
Czech history recorded, preserved at UNL
http://www.journalstar.com/nebraska?story_id=2348&date=20010211&past=

by Carol Lee Doeden
In the mid-to-late 19th century, Czechs crossed the Atlantic and America to
settle in Nebraska. Today, their descendants are looking for help in
preserving the history of immigrants to the Midwest.
"We would like to borrow anything they have that is old," said Mila
Saskova-Pierce, professor of Czech and Russian at the University of
Nebraska-Lincoln. The Czech Heritage Materials Preservation Project of the
University of Nebraska-Lincoln is seeking old letters and documents,
photographs or other Czech objects that depict aspects of the life of
Czech-Americans in the Great Plains.
Wilber resident and historian E. A. Kral, and Irma Ourecky, volunteer museum
chairman and one of the original organizers of the Wilber Czech Festival,
met with Saskova-Pierce. Kral loaned the project many photographs. The items
will be able to be viewed on the future UNL Regional Humanities Web site.





Charlotte Business Journal 02/08/01
Judge: Hospital documents are public
http://charlotte.bcentral.com/charlotte/stories/2001/02/05/daily24.html

by Ashley M. Gibson
Novant Health Inc. and Presbyterian Healthcare won a round today in its
litigation with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority, with a judge
ruling that the authority must disclose more of its financial records.
The documents declared public by Mecklenburg County Superior Court Judge
Oliver Noble include those related to property the authority previously
acquired in Davidson and money it has paid to sports teams such as the
Charlotte Hornets.





The Oregonian 02/09/01 (Thanks go to Rebecca Bizonet for the tip)
Judge orders Mormons to provide sex-abuse records
<http://www.oregonlive.com/news/oregonian/index.ssf?/news/oregonian/01/02/lc
_63mormo09.frame>

by Michael Wilson
A Multnomah County judge has ordered the Mormon Church to turn over 25 years
of internal records of sex-abuse complaints and discipline actions in the
Portland area. The church is filing an emergency appeal of the order with
the Oregon Supreme Court.
The ruling stems from a 1998 lawsuit by Jeremiah Scott, now 21, of
Washington state. He accused a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
high priest of sexually abusing him repeatedly in 1990 and 1991, in
Portland, when he was 11. The high priest was later convicted of the
charges.
The high priest, Franklin Richard Curtis, was 87 at the time of the abuse
and has since died. The Oregonian typically does not name sex-abuse victims,
but in this case, Scott consented.




San Antonio Express-News 02/08/01
Archivist deals in Catholic history
<http://www.hearstnp.com/san_antonio/bea/news/stories/san/storypage.cfm?xla=
saen&xlb=180&xlc=183770&xld=180>

by J. Michael Parker
Call Brother Edward.
That's the usual answer to queries about San Antonio's Catholic history - or
any other Catholic information not kept at the fingertips of most local
people.
Marianist Brother Edward Loch, archivist of the Archdiocese of San Antonio
since 1986, is keeper of the keys to a small treasure trove of history -
from "Popescopes" sold during Pope John Paul II's historic 1987 visit here
to church records from the Spanish colonial era.
And he keeps an astonishing amount of information in his head.
"He has yet to disappoint me," said Carmen Iruegas, one of Archbishop
Patrick Flores' two secretaries. "We call him for everything, and he always
has an answer. He's a little library.




San Antonio Express News 02/09/01
City, paper press fight over records
<http://www.hearstnp.com/san_antonio/bea/news/stories/san/storypage.cfm?xla=
saen&xlb=180&xlc=184285&xld=180>

by William Pack
City officials and the San Antonio Express-News disagreed Friday about the
existence of a prior compromise offer in a legal dispute over the release of
reports documenting acts of force by police.
But with the compromise proposal on the table, the newspaper said, "No,
thanks."
Thursday's announcement by City Attorney Frank Garza that the city
previously offered a compromise came as a surprise to newspaper editors and
their attorney, Mark Cannan.
Neither Robert Rivard, Express-News editor, nor Cannan was aware of such an
offer.





ComputerUser.com 02/09/01
Senators want Congress documents online
http://www.computeruser.com/news/01/02/09/news2.html

by Robert MacMillan
Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John McCain, R-Ariz., and Judiciary
Committee Ranking Democrat Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., Tuesday said they would
introduce a resolution calling for open Internet access to "important"
congressional documents such as lobbyist reports and gift disclosure forms.
"The taxpayers of this country, who pay $67 million a year to fund the
(Congressional Research Service) deserve speedy access to these public
resources, and have a right to see that their money is being spent well,"
Leahy said in remarks on the Senate floor.




New York Times 02/10/01
Some Roosevelt relatives join effort to save heirlooms from auction
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/02/10/nyregion/10ROOS.html

by Winnie Hu
One of the largest private hoards of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt's
papers, books and heirlooms will be auctioned at Christie's next Wednesday
and Thursday, despite pleas from National Park Service officials, historians
and some members of the Roosevelt family that the items be preserved for the
public.
The auction of Rooseveltiana, as serious collectors call it, will offer more
than 3,000 items and is expected to fetch $1.2 million to $1.8 million. A
glossy, 337-page catalog features personal letters from President Roosevelt,
first-edition books inscribed to Mrs. Roosevelt and even pearl cuff links
and silver-backed brushes that once sat on the first couple's dressers.
The entire collection belonged to John A. Roosevelt, a New York City
investment banker who was the youngest of the Roosevelts' six children. He
died in 1981. His widow, Irene Roosevelt Aitken, a prominent New York
socialite, said she decided last year to auction the collection at
Christie's.





USA Today 02/09/10
Springfield finally getting Lincoln library/museum
http://www.usatoday.com/usatonline/20010209/3056701s.htm

by Gregg Zoroya
Illinois native Lura Lynn Ryan has a love for the nation's 16th president
that's been a part of her family heritage for nearly two centuries. It goes
clear back to when her ancestors settled near Kankakee, about the time a
twentysomething Abraham Lincoln discovered law and politics.
''They were farmers,'' she says. ''They supported President Lincoln. So I
guess I should, too.''
She does it in a big way. As the first lady of Illinois, the wife of Gov.
George H. Ryan is the vanguard for plans to finally build an Abraham Lincoln
Presidential Library & Museum at the fountainhead of Lincoln shrines -- the
state capital of Springfield. A presidential library for Lincoln has been
coveted in Illinois for decades and was first seriously pursued in 1990. But
the tumblers -- a combination of political support from state leaders and
financial commitment from local, state and federal sources -- didn't fall
into place until the last few years. Groundbreaking for the $115 million
project is Monday.




New York Times 02/11/01
Knowledge at their fingertips: art and writing on the hand
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/02/11/arts/11REIF.html

by Rita Reif
WASHINGTON -- NO one knows exactly when people began to write on their
hands, but the practice is probably as old as writing itself and continues
to this day, especially among the Bedouins in Israel, the women in wedding
parties in India and most anyone who needs to jot down a name or telephone
number and doesn't have a matchbook or a hand-held digital organizer.
In the late Middle Ages, Europeans transformed the custom into an
educational tool, setting down information not on actual hands but on paper
images of them. These were used to teach sight singing, sign language,
religion, mathematics, palmistry, astrology and alchemy. Then, in the 19th
century, as literacy increased and paper became more plentiful, teaching
methods changed and such writing on hands largely disappeared.



Peter A. Kurilecz CRM, CA
Manager, Records Management Group
Woodside Summit Group Inc
Midlothian, Virginia
Office: 804-744-1247 x23
Fax: 804-744-4947
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