Disappearing documents, Archives Team, Facebook, and more: Link roundup 10/4/11

This time, on the link roundup, there are disappearing documents, distributed digital archives projects, inaccurate quilts, government records, and more! The Case of the Disappearing Documents [wsj.com] Archives Team: A Distributed Preservation of Service Attack [youtube.com] What Facebook’s Changes Mean for Museums and Visitor Serving Organizations [colleendilen.com] Metro ‘quilt’ art draws national scrutiny for historical inaccuracy [nashvillecitypaper.com] University’s digitization […]

Link roundup, 9/30/2011

Hi all! I am going to start posting a roundup of interesting archives/library/information science related links. Hopefully this will be at least weekly. Today’s installment includes Henry Rollins, sexy archivists, QR codes, a concerto, and more! Could History Become an “Information Risk”? [historians.org] Sexy Archivists Calendar information [closedstacks.tumblr.com] Secret memo reveals which telecoms store your data the […]