Monthly Archives: December 2012

Here’s What A 3D-Printed Record Sounds Like [Video]

Here’s What A 3D-Printed Record Sounds Like [Video]  If you ever wanted to print out your favorite albums at home, that weird little itch of yours may soon be scratched. Amanda Ghassaei, an editor at Instructables and DIY audio hardware … Continue reading

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YouTube Flushes Bot Views, Annoints VEVO Channels

YouTube Flushes Bot Views, Annoints VEVO Channels  T’is the end of the year and all across YouTube, videos – primarily music- are being scrubbed clean of fraudulent views. Except one set of channels. VEVO, the one with a special partnership … Continue reading

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Why Does Digital Preservation Matter?

Why Does Digital Preservation Matter? by Bill LeFurgy In conversations with professional colleagues, I find we rarely talk about “the why” of digital preservation. We take it as an article of faith that what we do is important, so much so … Continue reading

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Enthusiasts give 620 lost Alistair Cooke ‘letters’ to BBC

Enthusiasts give 620 lost Alistair Cooke ‘letters’ to BBC   40 years ago, David Henderson was an avid listener to the radio great. Now his treasured tapes are helping to fill a gap in the BBC’s history. The online collection of … Continue reading

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Sweeping changes to UK’s “outdated” copyright law

Sweeping changes to UK’s “outdated” copyright law   It will become legal to make personal copies of digital media for personal use People will be able to legally rip CDs, make copies of ebooks, games , films and other digital media … Continue reading

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