Links

This page lists the links cited in this book. Clicking on the “Link #.#” will take you back the footnote in the book where that link is cited. You can view three versions of the sites: The “Live Site,” which takes you to the current online site, the “Cached” version, which is a saved HTML version of the site on our server, or the “PDF” version.

Introduction

  • Link 0.1 — Louis Rosetto, “Why Wired?” all in Wired Magazine (March-April 1993)
  • Link 0.5 — Phil Agre, “RRE Notes and Recommendations,” email to “Red Rock Eater News Service” rre@lists.gseis.ucla.edu, 8 August 2000 (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.6a — Michael Lesk, “How Much Information Is There in the World?” Michael Lesk (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.6b — Roy Rosenzweig, “Scarcity or Abundance? Preserving the Past in a Digital Era,” American Historical Review 108 (June 2003): 735đ62 (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 0.7 — CHNM and ASHP, The September 11 Digital Archive (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.8a — Library of Congress, American Memory: Historical Collections for the National Digital Library (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.8b — Academic Affairs Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Documenting the American South (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.8c — Joe A. Hewitt, “Remarks,” DocSouth 1000th Title Symposium, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1 March 2002 (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.9 — Kevin Roe’s website Brainerd, Kansas: Time, Place and Memory on the Prairie Plains (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.11a — Amanda Lenhart, John Horrigan, and Deborah Fallows, Content Creation Online (Washington, D.C.: Pew Internet and American Life Project, 2004) (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.11bTechnorati (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.12 — Roger Norton, Abraham Lincoln Research Site (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.14 — Daniel J. Cohen, “By the Book: Assessing the Place of Textbooks in U.S. Survey Courses,” Journal of American History 91 (March 2005): 1405-1415 (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 0.15 — Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute and National Initiative for a Networked Cultural Heritage, The NINCH Guide to Good Practice in the Digital Representation and Management of Cultural Heritage Materials (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.18 — James William Brodman, “E-Publishing: Prospects, Promises, and Pitfalls,” Perspectives (February 2000) (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.19a — Kent Lassman, “Tech Bytes—Tid Bits in Tech News: Endangering Life and Limb At Breakneck Speed,” Citizens for a Sound Economy (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.19b — Bob McTeer, “The Great Trade Debates and What’s at Stake” (remarks delivered at the World Affairs Council and Texas International Trade Alliance, Houston, Texas, 10 October 2000) (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.19c — David Bearman and Jennifer Trant, “Authenticity of Digital Resources: Towards a Statement of Requirements in the Research Process,” D-Lib Magazine 4, no. 6 (June 1998) (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.20ArteMedia (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.21a — Jeffrey Benner, “Is U.S. History Becoming History?” Wired News (9 April 2001) (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.21b — “NARA Guidance on Managing Web Records, January 2005,” NARA, U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (9 April 2001) (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.23 — Philip J. Ethington, “Los Angeles and the Problem of Urban Historical Knowledge,” American Historical Review 105 (December 2000) (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.25 — The History Channel (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.26a — Mark N. Cooper, Does the Digital Divide Still Exist? Bush Administration Shrugs, But Evidence Says Yes (Washington, D.C.: Consumer Federation of America, 2002) (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.26b — Jeffrey Benner, “Bush Plan ‘;Digital Distortion’,” Wired News (7 February 2002) (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.26c — Eszter Hargittai, “Second-Level Digital Divide: Differences in People’s Online Skills,” First Monday 7, no. 4 (April 2002) (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.27a — Roy Rosenzweig, “The Road to Xanadu: Public and Private Pathways on the History Web,” Journal of American History 88, September (2001): 548-79 (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.27b — Kinley Levack, “Digital ECCOs of the Eighteenth Century,” EContentmag.com (November 2003) (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.27c — Barbara Quint, “Gale Group to Digitize Most 18th-Century English-Language Books, Doubles Info Trac Holdings,” Information Today (17 June 2002) (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.28Budapest Open Access Initiative (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 0.29 — CHNM home page (Live site | PDF)

Chapter 1

  • Link 1.1 — George Welling, “Information: About the Project,” From Revolution to Reconstruction (Website | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.2a — Donald J. Mabry, “History of the HTA” Historical Text Archive (Website | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.2b — Lynn Nelson, “Before the Web: The Early Development of History On-line,” La Societa Italiana per lo Studio della Storia Contemporanea (SISSCO), 19 May 2000 (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.2c — Lynn Nelson, “Gods, Heroes, & Legends: Lynn Nelson in His Own Words,” Gods, Heroes, & Legends (Live Site | Cached
  • | PDF)
  • Link 1.2d — Lynn Nelson, “HNSOURCE now open for business,” email to Medieval History Listserv, 20 March 1993 (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.2eAbout the WWW-VL: United States History Network (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.2f — Lynn Nelson, “Carrie: A Full-Text Online Library,” ASSOCIATE: The Electronic Library Support Staff Journal (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.3a — National Digital Library Program, “A Periodic Report from the National Digital Library Program,” Library of Congress, October 1995 (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.3b — Roy Rosenzweig, “So, What’s Next for Clio? CD-ROM and Historians,” Journal of American History 81 (March 1995) (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.4a — “The Rise and Rise of the Redmond Empire,” Wired Magazine 6.12 (December 1998) (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.6a — Michael O’Malley and Roy Rosenzweig, “Brave New World or Blind Alley? American History on the World Wide Web,” Journal of American History 84 (June 1997) (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.6b — Larry Stevens, Ohio in the Civil War (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.6c — “Nicolas Pioch,” WebMuseum (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.6d — “Introduction,” Marxists Internet Archive (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.6e — “Constitution Society Home Page,” Constitution Society(Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.7 — George H. Hoemann, “The American Civil War Homepage,” The American Civil War (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.8 — David Diamond, “MIT Everyware,” (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.9a — Ken Middleton, American Women’s History: A Research Guide (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.9b — Dennis Boals, History/Social Studies for K-12 Teachers (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.9c — CHNM and ASHP, History Matters: The U.S. Survey Course on the Web (Live Site | PDF)
  • Link 1.9dBest of History Web Sites (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.12a — William J. Maher, “Society and Archives” (Presidential Address delivered at the 61st Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archivists, Chicago, 30 August 1997) (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.12a — “Cataloger’s Reference Shelf: Definition: Provenance,” The Library Corporation (PDF)
  • Link 1.13 — Caroline R. Arms, “Historical Collections for the National Digital Library: Lessons and Challenges at the Library of Congress,” D-Lib Magazine (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 1.14 — Roy Rosenzweig, “The Road to Xanadu: Public and Private Pathways on the History Web,” Journal of American History 88 (September 2001) (Live Site | PDF)
  • Link 1.15aGallica 2000 (Live Site | PDF)
  • Link 1.15bPicture Australia (Live Site | PDF)
  • Link 1.15cDigital Imaging Project of South Africa (Live Site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 1.15dInternational Dunhuang Project (Live Site | PDF)
  • Link 1.15e — “Japanese Old Photographs in Bakumatsu-Meiji Period” Nagasaki University OldPicture Database (Live Site | PDF)
  • Link 1.16 — Joe A. Hewitt, “Remarks,” DocSouth 1000th Title Symposium, Chapel Hill, N.C., 1 March 2002 (Live Site | PDF
  • Link 1.17 — Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute (HATII) and National Initiative for a Networked Cultural Heritage, The NINCH Guide to Good Practice in the Digital Representation and Management of Cultural Heritage Materials—Interview Reports (Washington, D.C.: National Initiative for a Networked Cultural Heritage, 2002) (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.18a — “The American Family Immigration History Center Fact Sheet,” American Family Immigration History Center (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.18b — “Facts and Statistics,” FamilySearch Internet Genealogy Service (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.18c — “Free Internet Access to Invaluable Indexes of American and Canadian Heritage,” Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.18d — FamilySearch.org (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.21a — Jim Zwick, “The White Man’s Burden and Its Critics,” in Anti-Imperialism in the United States, 1898ľ1935(Live site)
  • Link 1.21b — “Marxists Internet Archive History,” Marxists Internet Archive (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.22 — Douglas Linder, “Goals and Purposes of the Famous Trials Site,” Famous Trials (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.23a — Paul Halsall, “Main Page,” Internet Modern History Sourcebook (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.23b — Paul Halsall, “Medieval Sourcebook: Introduction,” Internet Modern History Sourcebook (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.24a — Peter Bakewell, “Culpeper Project Summary,” Culpeper/CTC Program in Teaching & Technology (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.24b — Eyler Robert Coates, Sr., “Information on Eyler Robert Coates, Sr.,” Thomas Jefferson and His Writings (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.24c — “Web Server Statistics,” Electronic Text Center—University of Virginia Library (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.24d — Stefan Landsberger, Chinese Propaganda Posters (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.24e — Omar Khan, Jim McCall, and Andrew Deonarine, Harappa: The Indus Valley and the Raj in India and Pakistan (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.24f — Omar Khan in Conversation (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.25a — Deborah Markham, “Retirement Project Puts Historic Publications on the Web,” Hamptons Roads Business, 24 March 2003 (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.26a — “Gale’s Biggest Digitization Project Ever Covers Eighteenth Century,” Gale Press Room (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.26b — Barbara Quint, “Gale Group to Digitize Most 18th-Century English-Language Books, Doubles Info Trac Holdings,” Information Today, Inc. (17 June 2002) (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.27a — “ProQuest Historical Newspapers Preview,” ProQuest Information and Learning (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.27b — “Google’s Gigantic Library Project,” SPARC Open Access Newsletter, 81 (2 January 2005) (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.28a — National Portrait Gallery, George Washington: A National Treasure (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.28b — Smithsonian American Art Museum, “Metropolitan Lives: The Ashcan Artists and Their New York,” Smithsonian American Art Museum (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.28c — New Jersey Historical Society in conjunction with ASHP, What Exit? New Jersey and Its Turnpike (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.29 — Rob Semper, “Bringing Authentic Museum Experience to the Web” (paper presented at the Museums and the Web 1998, Toronto, April 1998) (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.31 — Smithsonian Institution Office of Policy and Analysis, September 11: Bearing Witness to History: Three Studies of an Exhibition at NMAH (Live site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 1.32a — “Devices of Wonder,” The Getty Center Exhibitions (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.32b — Logan Museum of Anthropology, A World of Art: Museum of Virtual Objects (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.32cThe Antique Motorcycle Club of America (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.32d — John Kantner, “Sipapu—Chetro Ketl Great Kiva,” Sipapu—The Anasazi Emergence into the Cyber World (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.32e — Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Bon Appétit: Julia Child’s Kitchen at the Smithsonian (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.32f — Smithsonian National Museum of American History, The Star-Spangled Banner (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.33a — Chicago Historical Society and Northwestern University, The Great Chicago Fire and the Web of Memory (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.33b — Chicago Historical Society and Northwestern University, The Dramas of Haymarket (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.33c — Southern Utah University, Voices of the Colorado Plateau (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.34a — John Mack Faragher, “The Oregon Trail,” History Matters: The U.S. Survey Course on the Web (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.34b — Donald A. Ritchie, “The American President,” History Matters: The U.S. Survey Course on the Web (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.36a — Stefan Blaschke, “Periodicals Directory: Electronical Index: E-Journals,” The History Journals Guide (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.36b — Stephen Railton, “Common-Place: The Interactive Journal of Early American Life,” History Matters: The U.S. Survey Course on the Web (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.37 — Robert Darnton, “An Early Information Society: News and the Media in Eighteenth-Century Paris,” American Historical Review 105 (February 2000) (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.38a — Michael Katten, Colonial Lists/Indian Power: Identity Politics in Nineteenth Century Telugu-Speaking India (New York: Columbia University Press, 2001) (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.38b — Ignacio Gallup-Diaz, The Door of the Seas and Key to the Universe: Indian Politics and Imperial Rivalry in the Darien, 1640ľ1750 (New York: Columbia University Press, 2001) (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.38c — Eileen Gardiner and Ronald Musto, “ACLS History E-Book Project,” OAH Newsletter (August 2003) (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.40a — Philip J. Ethington, “Los Angeles and the Problem of Urban Historical Knowledge,” American Historical Review 105 (December 2000) (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.40b — William G. Thomas III and Edward L. Ayers, “The Differences Slavery Made: A Close Analysis of Two American Communities,” American Historical Review 108 (December 2003) (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.41 — Jorn Barger, “Weblog Resources FAQ,” Robot Wisdom Weblog (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.42a — “History Blogs,” History News Network (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.42bPOTUS (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.42cInvisible Adjunct (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.42dEpistemographer (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.42ePaleojudaica.com (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.42f — Scott Smallwood, “Disappearing Act: The Invisible Adjunct Shuts Down Her Popular Weblog and Says Goodbye to Academe,” Chronicle of Higher Education (30 April 2004) (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.42gWikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.43TheHistoryNet.com (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.45a — Scott Alexander, Red Hot Jazz Archive (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.45b — Kevin Roe, Brainerd, Kansas: Time Place and Memory on the Prairie Plains (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.47a — “The Learning Page,” American Memory from the Library of Congress (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.47b — U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, Digital Classroom (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.48a — Paula Petrik, “Top Ten Mistakes in Academic Web Design,” History Computer Review (May 2000) (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.48b — Daniel J. Cohen, “By the Book: Assessing the Place of Textbooks in U.S. Survey Courses,” Journal of American History 91 (March 2005): 1405-1415 (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.49a — Michael O’Malley, Jacksonian Democracy (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.49bBetween the Wars (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.49cHistory 120 (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.49dMagic, Illusion, Detection (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.50a — Center for the Historical Study of Women and Gender, Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1775-2000 (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.50b — National Humanities Center, TeacherServe (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.51a — Randy Bass and Roy Rosenzweig, “Rewiring the History and Social Studies Classroom: Needs, Frameworks, Dangers, and Proposals,” Journal of Education 181.3 (1999) (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.51bHistory Matters: The U.S. Survey Course on the Web (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.51c — CHNM,World History Matters (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.52a — ASHP, The Lost Museum (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.52b — Ruth Sandwell and John Lutz, Who Killed William Robinson? (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.53a — Mark Kornbluh and Peter Knupfer, “H-Net Ten Years On: Usage, Impact and the Problems of Professionalization in New Media” (paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, Chicago, January 2003) (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.53b — “soc.history,” Google Groups (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.54aAmerican Historical Association (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.54bWisconsin Historical Society (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.54cThird Regiment Infantry, Maryland Volunteers, Company A,2003 (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.54d — “Guide to History Departments,” Center for History and New Media (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.55a — Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Monticello: The Home of Thomas Jefferson (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.55b — National Park Service, “Links to the Past: National Park Service Cultural Resources,” National Park Service (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.56a — Stephen Railton, “Preface-in-Progress,” Mark Twain in His Times (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.56b — Stephen Railton, “Credits,” Uncle Tomĺs Cabin & American Culture (Live site | PDF)
  • Link 1.56c — Film Study Center, Harvard University, DoHistory: Martha Ballard’s Diary Online (Live site | PDF)

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

  • Link 3.1a — Barbara Quint, “Gale Group to Digitize Most 18th-Century English-Language Books, Doubles Info Trac Holdings,” Information Today, Inc. (17 June 2002) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.1b — Kinley Levack, “Digital ECCOs of the Eighteenth Century,” EContentmag.com (November 2003) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.1c —“Google’s Gigantic Library Project,” SPARC Open Access Newsletter, 81 (2 January 2005) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.2a — Digital Library Forum, A Framework of Guidance for Building Good Digital Collections (Washington, D.C.: Institute of Museum and Library Services, 2001) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.2b — National Initiative for a Networked Cultural Heritage, The NINCH Guide to Good Practice in the Digital Representation and Management of Cultural Heritage Materials, (Washington, D.C.: National Initiative for a Networked Cultural Heritage, 2002) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.2c — Maxine K. Sitts, ed., Handbook for Digital Projects: A Management Tool for Preservation and Access, 1st ed. (Andover, Mass.: Northeast Document Conservation Center, 2000) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.2d — Western States Digital Standards Group Digital Imaging Working Group, Western States Digital Imaging Best Practices, Version 1.0 (University of Denver and the Colorado Digitization Program; Denver, 2003) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.2e — Alan Morrison, Michael Popham, and Karen Wikander, Creating and Documenting Electronic Texts: A Guide to Good Practice (London: Arts and Humanities Data Service, 2000) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.2f — “Digital Library Standards and Practices,” Digital Library Federation (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.4 — “Analog Versus Digital: The Difference Between Signals and Data,” Vermont Telecom Advancement Center (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.8 — “Conversation in a Park,” American Life Histories: Manuscripts from the Federal Writers’ Projects, 1936˝1940 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.10a — Steve Puglia, “Revisiting Costs” (paper presented at The Price of Digitization: New Cost Models for Cultural and Educational Institutions, New York City, 8 April 2003) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.10b — Steven Puglia, “The Costs of Digital Imaging Projects,” RLG DigiNews 3.5 (15 October 1999)(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.11a — Joan Echtenkamp Klein and Linda M. Lisanti, Digitizing History: The Final Report of the IMLS Philip S. Hench Walter Reed and Yellow Fever Collection Digitization Project (Charlottesville: Claude Moore Health Sciences Library, University of Virginia Health System, 2001) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.11b — Diane Vogt-O’Connor, “Selection of Material for Scanning,” in Sitts, ed., Handbook for Digital Projects, 45˝73; Assessing the Costs of Conversion: Making of America IV: The American Voice 1850˝1876 (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Digital Library Services, 2001), 6 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.12 — “Original Plan of Washington, D.C.,” American Treasures of the Library of Congress (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.13Annual Report of the Librarian of Congress 2001 (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 2001), 102, 121 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.14 — Smith, Why Digitize? 12; Society of American Archivists Council, The Preservation of Digitized Reproductions (Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 1997) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.15 — Kevin Kiernan, “Electronic Beowulf,” University of Kentucky (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.16 — “The Safe Files,” Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.17 — Lou Burnard, “Digital Texts with XML and the TEI,” Text Encoding Initiative (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.18NINCH Guide, chapter 5 and appendix B; Digital Library Forum, “Metadata,” in A Framework of Guidance for Building Good Digital Collections (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.19a — Dennis G. Watson, “Brief History of Document Markup,” University of Florida, Electronic Data Information Source (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.19b — Harvey Bingham, “SGML: In Memory of William W. Tunnicliffe,” Cover Pages (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.20 — Shermin Voshmgir, “XML Tutorial,” JavaCommerce (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.21aText Encoding Initiative (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.21b — David Mertz, “An XML Dialect for Archival and Complex Documents,” IBM (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.22 — Stephen Rhind-Tutt, “A Different Direction for Electronic Publishers—How Indexing Can Increase Functionality,” Technicalities (April 2001) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.24a — Michael Lesk, “The Future Is a Foreign Country” (paper presented at The Price of Digitization: New Cost Models for Cultural and Educational Institutions, New York City, 8 April 2003) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.24b — Jerome McGann, “Imagining What You Don’t Know: The Theoretical Goals of the Rossetti Archive,” (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.25a — “Text Encoding Initiative (TEI),” Cover Pages (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.25b — Lou Burnard, “Prefatory Note,” Text Encoding Initiative (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.25c — “The TEI FAQ,” Text Encoding Initiative (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.25d — Data Conversion Laboratory, “DCL’s FAQ,” Data Conversion Laboratory (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.26a — “Projects Using the TEI,” Text Encoding Initiative (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.26bThe Model Editions Partnership (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.29a — Steven Puglia and Barry Roginski, NARA Guidelines for Digitizing Archival Materials for Electronic Access (College Park, Maryland.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1998) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.29b — California Digital Library, Digital Image Format Standards (Oakland: California Digital Library, 2001) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.32a — Kendon Stubbs and David Seaman, “Introduction to the Early American Fiction Project,” Early American Fiction, March 1997 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.32b — “Equipment and Vendors,” Early American Fiction, 2003 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.33a — OmniPage, for example, lists 119 languages it supports (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.33b — “FAQ,” RLG DigiNews, 8.1 (15 February 2004) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.34a — “Why Images?” JSTOR (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.34b — Douglas A. Bicknese, Measuring the Accuracy of the OCR in the Making of America (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1998) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.34c — LDI Project Team, Measuring Search Retrieval Accuracy of Uncorrected OCR: Findings from the Harvard-Radcliffe Online Historical Reference Shelf Digitization Project (BostonCambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Library, 2001) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.34d — “Product Pricing,” Prime Recognition (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.35a — Dan Pence, “Ten Ways to Spend $100,000 on Digitization” (paper presentation delivered at The Price of Digitization: New Cost Models for Cultural and Educational Institutions, New York City, 8 April 2003) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.35b — Lesk, “Short Report” (paper presented at The Price of Digitization: New Cost Models for Cultural and Educational Institutions, New York City, 8 April 2003) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.35c — Matt Marshall, “Internet Archivist has Modest Goal: Store Everything,” SiliconValley.com (4 August 2004) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
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  • Link 3.36a — “Executive Notes,” JSTORNews 8.1 (February 2004) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.36b — “The Production Process,” JSTOR (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.39a — Council on Library and Information Resources, “File Formats for Digital Masters,” in Guides to Quality in Visual Resource Imaging (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.39b — CDL Technical Architecture and Standards Workgroup, Best Practices for Image Capture (Berkeley: California Digital Library, 2001) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.39c — Colorado Digitization Project Scanning Working Group (hereafter CDP), General Guidelines for Scanning (Denver: Colorado Digitization Project, 1999) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.41a — Paul Festa, “GIF Patent to Expire, Will PNG Survive?” CNET News.com (9 June 2003) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.41b — David Yehling Allen, “Creating and Distributing High Resolution Cartographic Images,” RLG DigiNews 4.1 (15 April 1998) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.42 — Corbis (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.43 — William Blake Archive, “The Persistence of Vision: Images and Imaging at the William Blake Archive,” RLG DigiNews 4.1 (15 February 2000) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.45 — CDP, General Guidelines for Scanning (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.47a — CDP Digital Audio Working Group, Digital Audio Best Practices, Version 1.2 (Denver: Colorado Digitization Project, 2003) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.47b — MATRIX, “Audio Technology / A/D Conversion and Digital Audio Signal Transfer,” Oral History Tutorial (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.49a — Carl Fleischhauer, “The Library of Congress Digital Audio Preservation Prototyping Project” (paper presented at Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections, Austin, Texas, 24˝26 July 2003) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.50a — Virginia Danielson, “Stating the Obvious: Lessons Learned Attempting Access to Archival Audio Collections,” in Folk Heritage Collections in Crisis, ed. Council on Library and Information Resources (Washington, D.C.: CLIR, 2001) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.50b — Michael Taft, “The Save Our Sounds Project” (paper presented at Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections, Austin, Texas, 24˝26 July 2003) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.53 — Stephen Chapman and William Comstock, “Digital Imaging Production Services at the Harvard College Library,” RLG DigiNews 4.6 (15 December 2000) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.54 — English Heritage National Monuments Record, Images of England (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.57 — RLG Listings (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.58a — Ashok Deo Bardhan and Cynthia Kroll, “The New Wave of Outsourcing,” Research Report: Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics (Fall 2003), 5 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.58b — Patrick Thibodeau, “U.S. History Moves Online, with Offshore Help,” Computerworld (16 January 2004) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.58c — John Lancaster, “Outsourcing Delivers Hope to India: Young College Graduates See More Options for Better Life,” Washington Post (8 May 2004) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 3.59 — “Frequently Asked Questions About the Million Book Project,” Carnegie Mellon University Libraries (Live site | Cached | PDF)

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

  • Link 7.3a — Brad Templeton, Ten Big Myths About Copyright Explained(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.3b — Linda Starr, “Part 2: Is Fair Use a License to Steal?” Education World(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.4 — William W. Fisher, III, “The Growth of Intellectual Property: A History of the Ownership of Ideas in the United States,”(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.6 — Vaidhyanathan, Copyrights and Copywrongs, 45; Circular 1a: United States Copyright Office: A Brief History and Overview (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Copyright Office, 2005)(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.8 — Bill Colitre, “House Report No. 94-1476,” The Hypertext Annotated Title 17(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.11a — Jonathan D. Salant, “Disney Locks in Copyrights to Mickey, Goofy and Gang,” San Francisco Chronicle, 17 October 1998(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.11b — Dennis S. Karjala, “Some Famous Works and Year of First Publication (Subverted Public Domain List),” Value of the Public Domain(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.12 — Vaidhyanathan, Copyrights and Copywrongs, 79; “Nina Clemens Gabrilowitsch, 55, Twain’s Last Direct Heir, Dies,” New York Times, 19 January 1966(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.13a — Jonathan Band, “Digital Millennium Copyright Act Guide,” American Library Association,(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.13bThe Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 U.S. Copyright Office Summary (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Copyright Office, 1998) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.13c —Siva Vaidhyanathan, “The State of Copyright Activism,” First Monday 9.4 (April 2004) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.15aMatthew Bender & Co. v. West Publishing Co., 158 F.3d 674 (2d Cir. 1998) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.15b — Randal C. Picker and Alan Charles Raul, “European Union Database Developments: An Update on the Status of Intellectual Property Protections for Factual Compilations,” Cyberlaw@Sidley (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.16 — Amy Harmon, “The Supreme Court: The Context; A Corporate Victory, But One That Raises Public Consciousness,” New York Times, 16 January 2003(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.18 — Linda Starr, “Part 5: District Liability and Teaching Responsibility,” Education World(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.19 — Richard Byrne, “Silent Treatment: A Copyright Battle Kills an Anthology of Essays About the Composer Rebecca Clarke,” Chronicle of Higher Education (16 July 2004)(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.20 — United States Copyright Office, Circular 1: Copyright Basics (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Copyright Office, 2000)(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.22a — “The Originality Requirement: Preventing the Copy Photography End-Run Around the Public Domain”, NINCH Copyright Town Meeting: The Public Domain: Implied, Inferred and In Fact, San Francisco, 5 April 2000(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.22a — “NINCH Copyright Town Meeting: The Public Domain: Implied, Inferred and In Fact, San Francisco, 5 April 2000” NINCH, Meeting Report, 2000(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.22c — E-DOCS: Exchanges Among Jon Roland, Paul Halsall, and Jerome Arkenberg(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.23a — Lisa Vaas, “Putting a Stop to Database Piracy,” eWeek (24 September 2003)(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.23b — “Your Right to Get the Facts Is at Stake,” Public Knowledge(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.23c — Sebastian Rupley, “Critics Assail Proposed Database Law,” PC Magazine (3 March 2004)(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.24aCircular 1: Copyright Basics; Engel v. Wild Oats, Inc., 644 F. Supp. 1089 (S.D.N.Y. Oct. 3, 1986)(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.24b — Michael Landau, “‘Statutory Damages’ in Copyright Law and the MP3.com Case,” GigaLaw.com(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.25a — U.S. Copyright Office, Circular 66: Copyright Registration for Online Works (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Copyright Office, 2002)(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.25b — “Copyright Registration: Why Register?” Copyright Website(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.26a — Mary Case in “NINCH Copyright Town Meeting: The Changing Research and Collections Environment: The Information Commons Today, St. Louis, March 23, 2002,” NINCH, Meeting Report, 2002(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.26b — “NINCH Copyright Town Meeting: Copyright Perspectives, Rice University, Houston, April 25, 2001,” NINCH, Meeting Report, 2001 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.26c — “UCITA,” American Library Association (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.27 — Elizabeth Townsend, “Legal and Policy Responses to the Disappearing ‘Teacher Exception,’ or Copyright Ownership in the 21st Century University,“ Minnesota Intellectual Property Review 2.3 (2003): 210, 272, 277, 279˝80(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.28 — Jeffrey Young, “Law Student Warns That Professors’ Quest for Rights to Lectures Could Backfire,” Chronicle of Higher Education (6 November 2001)(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.29 — “GNU General Public License,” GNU Operating System—Free Software Foundation(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.30 — Kendra Mayfield, “Making Copy Right for All,” Wired News (17 May 2002)(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.31 — “The Founders’ Copyright,” Creative Commons(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.32 — Peter B. Hirtle, “When Works Pass into the Public Domain in the United States: Copyright Term for Archivists,” Cornell Institute for Digital Collections(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.33a — “This text, made available by the Sixties Project, is copyright (c) 1993 by the Author or by Viet Nam Generation, Inc., all rights reserved.”(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.33b — The Martin Luther King, Jr., Papers Project at Stanford University presents the “I Have a Dream” speech on its website but only in an encrypted PDF format and with an indication at the top (an unusually prominent spot): “©The Estate of Martin Luther King, Jr.”(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.34a —The Guthrie quotation is widely disseminated (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.34b — Rian Malan, “In the Jungle,” Rolling Stone (25 May 2000) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.35a — Dennis S. Karjala, “How to Determine Whether a Work is in the Public Domain,” Value of the Public Domain (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.35b — U.S. Copyright Office, Circular 22: How to Investigate the Copyright Status of a Work, (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Copyright Office, 2002) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.36a — “Copyright Renewal Records,” Lesk SCILS Website (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.36b — “Project Gutenberg Copyright HOW TO,” Project Gutenberg (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.36c — John Mark Ockerbloom, “Frequently Asked Questions: How Can I Tell Whether a Book Can Go Online?” Online Books Page (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.36d — “Information About the Catalog of Copyright Entries,” (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.36e — “Books from 1923 with U.S. Copyright Not Renewed,” (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.38a — “NINCH Copyright Town Meetings 2002: Creating Museum IP Policy in a Digital World,” NINCH, Conference Announcement and Agenda (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.38b — Project Gutenberg, “Project Gutenberg of Australia: A Treasure-Trove of Literature,” (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.38c — Lori Enos, “Yahoo! Ordered to Bar French from Nazi Auctions,” E-Commerce Times (20 November 2000) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.38d — “Yahoo! Bans Nazi Sales,” BBC News, 3 January 2001 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.38e — “eBay Bans All Hate Item Auctions,” ADLAW by Request (7 May 2001) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.38f — Troy Wolverton, “Court Shields Yahoo from French Laws,” CNET News.com, 8 November 2001 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.39a — “NINCH Copyright Town Meeting: Copyright Perspectives, Rice University, Houston, April 25, 2001,” NINCH, Meeting Report, 2001 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.39b — Melissa Smith Levine, “Overview of Legal Issues for Digitization,” in Handbook for Digital Projects: A Management Tool for Preservation and Access, ed. Maxine K. Sitts, 1st ed. (Andover, Mass.: Northeast Document Conservation Center, 2000), 76˝77 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.40 — Stanford Law School, “Golan v. Ashcroft Case Page,” Center for Internet and Society (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.40 — Richard Stim, “I May Not Be Totally Perfect But Parts of Me Are Excellent: Copyright Protection for Short Phrases,” Copyright & Fair Use: Stanford University Libraries (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.43 — “NINCH Copyright Town Meeting 2003: Digital Publishing: The Rights Issues,” NINCH, Conference Summary Report, 2003 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.44a — Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency, “Unlocatable Copyright Holders,” Access (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.44b — Stanford Law School, “Kahle v. Ashcroft Case Page,” Center for Internet and Society (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.45a — Jon Roland, “Re: E-DOCS: Paul Halsell on Copyright,” email, 11 February 1999. On Roland (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.45b — Jon Roland, “Re: E-DOCS: Paul Halsell on Copyright,” email, 11 February 1999. On society (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.46a — Mary Minow, “How I Learned to Love FAIR USE,” Copyright & Fair Use: Stanford University Libraries (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.46bLibraryLaw Blog (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.49a — Kenneth D. Crews, New Copyright Law for Distance Education: The Meaning and Importance of the TEACH Act (Chicago: American Library Association, 2002) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.49b — Kristine H. Hutchinson, “The TEACH Act: Copyright Law and Online Education,” New York University Law Review 78.6 (December 2003), 2224 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.51 — “NINCH Copyright Town Meeting: Chicago, March 3, 2001,” NINCH, Meeting Report, 2001(Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.52Bridgeman Art Library, Ltd. v. Corel Corp., 36 F. Supp. 2d 191 (S.D.N.Y. 1999) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.53a — Christine Sundt, “Permission Denied . . . Questions Desperately Seeking Answers” (paper presented at the Digital Publishing: A Practical Guide to the Problem of Intellectual Property Rights in the Electronic Environment for Artists, Museums, Authors, Publishers, Readers and Users, College Art Association, New York, N.Y., 2003) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.53b — “The Originality Requirement: Preventing the Copy Photography End-Run Around the Public Domain” (paper presented at the NINCH Copyright Town Meeting: The Public Domain: Implied, Inferred and in Fact, San Francisco, 5 April 2000) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.55a — Music Library Association, “What Impact Do Differences Between U.S. and European Copyright Laws Have on Peer to Peer (P2P) File Sharing?” Copyright for Music Librarians (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.55b — Robert Clarida, “Who Owns Pre-1972 Sound Recordings?” Greater Philadelphia Old Time Radio Club (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.55c — Public Domain Information Project, “Sound Recordings,” PD Info: Public Domain Music, 2003 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.55d — Georgia Harper, “Copyright Law and Audio Preservation” (paper presented at Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections, Austin, Texas, 24˝26 July 2003) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.56a — “Okeh Records,” Wikipedia (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.56b — David Edwards and Mike Callahan, Okeh Album Discography (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.57a — “Information About Red Hot Archive,” The Red Hot Jazz Archive (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.57b — Linda Tadic, “Intellectual Property Versus the Digital Environment: Rights Clearance,” NINCH, Town Meeting Report, 2001 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.57cClub Kaycee (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.57d — Summary of the Determination of the Librarian of Congress on Rates and Terms for Webcasting and Ephemeral Recordings (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.59a — Mark Carnes, “Beyond Words: Reviewing Motion Pictures,” Perspectives (May˝June 1996) (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.59b — Kristin Thompson, “Fair Usage Publication of Film Stills: Report of the Ad Hoc Committee of the Society for Cinema Studies,” Cinema Journal 32.2 (Winter 1993), 3˝20 (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.59c — “Summaries of Fair Use Cases,” Copyright & Fair Use: Stanford University Libraries (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.62 — Chilling Effects Clearinghouse, Chilling Effects (Live site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 7.64The On-Line Guitar Archive (Live site | Cached | PDF)

Chapter 8

  • Link 8.1a — Fred R. Byers, Care and Handling of CDs and DVDs: A Guide for Librarians and Archivists (Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources, 2003) (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.1b — Peter Svensson, “CDs and DVDs Not So Immortal After All,” Associated Press, 5 May 2004 (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.1c — Basil Manns and Chandrui J. Shahani, Longevity of CD Media, Research at the Library of Congress (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 2003) (Live Site | Cached| PDF)
  • Link 8.1d — Diane Vogt-O'Connor, “Care of Archival Compact Discs,” Conserve O Gram, 19/19 (Washington, D.C.: National Park Service, 1996) (PDF)
  • Link 8.2 — Jonathan Tisdall, “Hackers Solve Password Mystery,” Aftenposten Norway, 10 June 2002 (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.3a — University of Michigan School of Information, “CAMiLEON Project Cracks Twentieth-Century Domesday Book,” news release, December 2002(Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.3b — CAMiLEON Project, “BBC Domesday,” CAMiLEON Project (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.3c — Margaret O. Adams and Thomas E. Brown, "Myths and Realities about the 1960 Census," Prologue: Quarterly of the National Archives and Records Administration 32, 4 (Winter 2000) (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.4a —Laura McLemore quotation from WGBH, “Migration,” Universal Preservation Format (PDF)
  • Link 8.4b —Margaret Hedstrom quotation from It’s About Time: Research Challenges in Digital Archiving and Long-Term Preservation (Washington, D.C.: National Science Foundation and the Library of Congress, 2003), 8 (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.4c —Daniel Greenstein, Bill Ivey, Anne R. Kenney, Brian Lavoie, and Abby Smith, Access in the Future Tense (Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources, 2004) (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.4d — Building a National Strategy for Preservation: Issues in Digital Media Archiving (Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources and the Library of Congress, 2002) (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.5a — How Much Information? 2003 (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.5b — The Long Now Foundation has done similar thinking about how to send information deeply into the future. (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.7a — U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, “Records Management: Strategic Directions: Appraisal Policy” (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.7b — David Bearman and Jennifer Trant, “Electronic Records Research Working Meeting, 28-30 May 1997: A Report from the Archives Community,” D-Lib Magazine 3, nos. 7-8 (July-August 1997) (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.8a —Adrienne M. Woods, “Building the Archives of the Future,” Quarterly 2, no. 6 (December 2001) (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.8b —Adrienne M. Woods, “Building the Archives of the Future,” Quarterly 2, no. 6 (December 2001) (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.8b — Steve Gilheany, “Projecting the Cost of Magnetic Disk Storage Over the Next 10 Years,” Burghell Associates - Content Management Integrators (PDF)
  • Link 8.9 — Roy Rosenzweig, “Scarcity or Abundance? Preserving the Past in a Digital Era,” American Historical Review 108, (June 2003): 735-62 (Live Site)
  • Link 8.10 — Center for History and New Media and American Social History Project, The September 11 Digital Archive (Live Site)
  • Link 8.11 — Internet Archive Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.12Preserving Digital Information: Report of the Task Force on Archiving of Digital Information, (Washington, D.C.: Commission on Preservation and Access, and Mountain View, Calif.: Research Libraries Group, 1996) (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.13 — Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Monticello: The Home of Thomas Jefferson (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.14 — Film Study Center, Harvard University, DoHistory (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.15 — Dollar Consulting, Archival Preservation of Smithsonian Web Resources: Strategies, Principles, and Best Practices (Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 2001) (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.16a — Library of Congress, Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.16b — Library of Congress, Metadata Object Description Schema (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.16c — Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.16d — Library of Congress, Encoded Archival Description (EAD) (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.17 — Cory Doctorow, “Meta-crap: Putting the Torch to the Seven Straw-Men of the Meta-Utopia,” The WELL (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.18aOnline Computer Library Center, Open WorldCat Pilot (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.18bBarbara Quint, “OCLC Project Opens WorldCat Records to Google,” Information Today (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.19a — W3C’s full documentation on the XHTML standard (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.19b — “Alternate ways of accessing the Internet are constantly being introduced. The XHTML family is designed with general user agent interoperability in mind. Through a new user agent and document profiling mechanism, servers, proxies, and user agents will be able to perform best effort content transformation. Ultimately it will be possible to develop XHTML-conforming content that is usable by any XHTML-conforming user agent.” (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.21a — Cornell University Library, “Chamber of Horrors: Obsolete and Endangered Media,” Digital Preservation Tutorial (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.21b — Tom Mainelli, “Dell Drops Floppy Drives in New PCs,” PCWorld.com, 5 February 2003 (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.22 — Byers, Care and Handling of CDs and DVDs (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.23 — National Institute of Standards and Technology, “Digital Data Preservation Program CD and DVD Archiving: Quick Reference Guide for Care and Handling,” Digital Data Preservation Program (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.25 — LOCKSS Program Home (Live Site | Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.26 — “Error 404: Page Not Found,” H-GIG (Cached | PDF)
  • Link 8.27a — Shareware link checkers. (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.27b — Alert LinkRunner (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.27c — W3 Link Checker (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.29 — (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.30a — “Fedora: The Flexible Extensible Digital Object Repository Architecture,” The Fedora Project: An Open-Source Digital Repository Management System (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.30b — “Because of a trademark dispute with Red Hat Inc., the Fedora project may have to change its name, even though it has used it since 1998, five years before Red Hat adopted it for one of its software releases.” (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.30c — Thornton Staples, Ross Wayland, and Sandra Payette, “The Fedora Project: An Open-source Digital Object Repository System,” D-Lib Magazine, April 2003 (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.30d — New York Botanical Garden’s rare book collection. (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.30e — Don Sawyer, “ISO Reference Model for an Open Archival Information System (OAIS)’” (paper presented to USDA Digital Publications Preservation Steering Committee, 19 February 1999) (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.30f — “OAIS provides a model that should enable individual digital archives to store materials effectively and sustain themselves over the long run. Note that this is, by CCSDS’ own admission, a high-level conceptual framework, not a ground-level working model.” (PDF).
  • Link 8.31a — ary Ide, Dave MacCarn, Thom Shepard, and Leah Weisse, “Understanding the Preservation Challenge of Digital Television,” in Building a National Strategy for Preservation: Issues in Digital Media Archiving (Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources and the Library of Congress, 2002), 67–79 (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.31b — Howard D. Wactlar and Michael G. Christel, “Digital Video Archives: Managing Through Metadata,” in Building a National Strategy for Preservation: Issues in Digital Media Archiving (Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources and the Library of Congress, 2002), 80–95(Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.31c — EVIA Digital Archive (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.32 — Arts and Humanities Data Service, “Planning Historical Digitisation Projects—Backup,” Planning Historical Digitisation Projects (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.34a — Kathleen Arthur, Sherry Byrne, Elisabeth Long, Carla Q. Montori, and Judith Nadler, “Recognizing Digitization as a Preservation Reformatting Method,” Association of Research Libraries (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.34b — Hartmut Weber and Marianne Dorr, Digitization as a Means of Preservation? (Amsterdam: European Commission on Preservation and Access, 1997) (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.35a — Library of Congress National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.35b — National Archives and Records Administration’s Electronic Records Archive (ERA) (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.35c — International Research on Permanent Authentic Records in Electronic Systems (InterPARES) (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.35d — Samuel Brylawski, “Review of Audio Collection Preservation Trends and Challenges” (paper presented at Sound Savings: Preserving Audio Collections, Austin, Texas, 24-26 July 2003(Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.36 — Matthew Cook, “Economies of Scale: Digitizing the Chicago Daily News,” RLG DigiNews 4.1 (15 February 2000) (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.37a — Caroline R. Arms, “Keeping Memory Alive: Practices for Preserving Digital Content at the National Digital Library Program of the Library of Congress,” RLD DigiNews 4, 3 (June 15, 2000) (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.37b — Jeff Rothenberg, Avoiding Technological Quicksand: Finding a Viable Technical Foundation for Digital Preservation (Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources, 1999) (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.37c — NARA’s Electronic Records Archives (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.37d — SDSC’s Methodologies for Preservation and Access of Software-dependent Electronic Records home page (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.37e — Kenneth Thibodeau, “Overview of Technological Approaches to Digital Preservation and Challenges in Coming Years,” The State of Digital Preservation: An International Perspective (Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources, 2002) (Live Site | Cached | PDF).
  • Link 8.37f — Raymond A. Lorie, “The Long-Term Preservation of Digital Information,” (PDF).
  • Link 8.37gPreserving Digital Information(Live Site | Cached | PDF).

Final Thoughts

Appendix