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Archiving and digital storage deconstructed (slightly) 0 G. Shankar FYI - some handy things to consider. I will post to Publore in hopes of attracting traffic to the forum.G Battle of Archiving Models -Part 1: On-premise vs. Hosted vs. Cloud Computing   From: Peter Kurilecz ".This will be the first of a blog series, "Battle of Archiving Models." To start it off, we will cover the basics; on-premise vs. hosted vs. cloud computing.  Below is a general description of all three, and the benefits that each model offers.   It’s been said that we generate more data on a daily basis than all of the data combined from the beginning of time until 2003. Most of that is attributed to you and I and what we do every day. From our daily emails, Facebook posts, tweets on Twitter, to our connections on LinkedIn, the files we download and the pictures upload, this all amounts to an enormous data load."    http://bit.ly/nGZygl
by G. Shankar
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Photographer's photo release form 0 S. Bryan Hi everyone,I'm looking for models in developing a release form for archives to use when working with documentary photographers -- a form governing use of the photos, to be signed by the photographer (not the subject). Any examples would be most helpful. We'd also be very interested in hearing about folklife organizations' and archives' experience in gathering releases from photographers, particularly when doing so retroactively.With thanks,Sarah BryanNC Folklife Institutesarahbryan@ncfolk.org
by S. Bryan
Tuesday, November 16, 2010


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