History and intimacy lost in modern communication
Letís journey to the year 2113. Imagine an archivist searching to learn
more about an organization that is more than 100 years old. What will the
archivist find from this decade? Will any records be in a form that will be
discernible? What about correspondence between members of the organization?
I wonder if our present time period will be lost to archivists, just as the
Native Americans oral history is lost to us (that is, until Europeans
arrived and began to write their version!). At least we have some wonderful
photographs of Native Americans from the 19th century.
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Peter Kurilecz CRM CA IGP
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