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RECONSTRUCTING records poses a huge challenge
Baltimore Sun - United States
... Mississippi's state archivist said he's still trying to determine
status of ... said HT Holmes, director of the Mississippi Department of
Archives and History ...

LAND office raises price for records
Daily News - Galveston County - TX,USA
... year. That arithmetic is part of a second invoice the office
to The Daily News in answer to an open-records request. Land ...

CUTTING the paper trail
Chickasha Express Star - OK, United States
... the county grows, so does the demand for space for both the
and the ... The records would be an expansion to the digital files
kept by the Clerk ...

BUSINESSES Prepare for Disaster
Red Herring - CA,USA
Even Iron Mountain couldn't escape Katrina's wrath, and the hurricane
prompted many companies to review their disaster plans. ...

EAST alum donates Hutson game jersey to Packers Hall of Fame - Green Bay,WI,USA
... be in existence. "It's definitely among the Top 5 in the Hall's
said Tom Murphy, the Hall of Fame archivist.

BALLMER'S alleged rage at Google cited in suit
Seattle Post Intelligencer - USA
... In its brief Friday, Microsoft alleged that Lee sent confidential
about the company's China strategy to Google a month before he was

Palm Beach Post, Sat, 27 Aug 2005 8:20 PM PDT
Institute seeks WWII memorabilia
Got an old diary from World War II? Letters, scrapbooks, flight logs or
unit newsletters? The Institute on World War II and the Human
Experience at
Florida State University would like to give them a safe home and a

The Japan Times, Sat, 27 Aug 2005 5:04 PM PDT
Unique memoirs saved by chance
It is one thing to witness history being made and quite another to
stage-manage it. Such was the task entrusted to a 31-year-old U.S. Army
colonel who
was assigned by Gen. Douglas MacArthur to plan the Japanese surrender
ceremony 60 years ago this coming week.

RedNova, Wed, 31 Aug 2005 4:17 PM PDT
Electronic Lab Notebooks Useful for Teaching, but Not Ready to Replace
DURHAM, N.C. -- Electronic laboratory notebooks can be a valuable part
of a college science education but are not yet a substitute for
paper laboratory notebooks, according to a Duke University chemistry

Peter A. Kurilecz
Richmond, Va
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