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Library of Congress Tackles Selecting Blogs to Archive

The Library of Congress is interested in preserving blog content because it is a potentially important record of our time for future generations. But as with other forms of digital data, LC can’t hope — and, really, doesn’t want — to save all of the content being published in blogs. Read more about it in Computerworld. [JH]

June 21, 2007 in Blog News | Permalink


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