And I notice that the article seemed to equate a librarian with a glorified file clerk.  

"a firm’s information technology staff needs to ensure electronic files are adequately backed up—that is, they won’t disappear forever should the server crash. And the IT staff themselves frequently take the place of the librarians of yore."

Robin Tew
Supervisor, Records Management
Pinellas County Schools
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. . .enjoying blue skies and temps in the mid-60s in sunny Florida!

--- On Wed, 2/24/10, David T. Macknet <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> From: David T. Macknet <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: [RM] RAINdrop The Death of the Filing Cabinet - December 2009 Issue
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Date: Wednesday, February 24, 2010, 11:12 AM
>  I notice that the article didn't
> mention any concerns surrounding digital
> preservation / migration.
>  -D
>  On Wed 24/02/10 5:01 PM , Peter Kurilecz [log in to unmask]
> sent:
>   The Death of the Filing Cabinet
>  *A paperless office may have many advantages, but the best
> could be the
>  legal protection it affords.*
> [1]"> - More info:
> [2]">
>  -- 
>  Peter Kurilecz CRM CA
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> [3]
>  Richmond, Va
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