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From Bitstreams to Heritage: Putting Digital Forensics into Practice in Collecting Institutions This white paper examines the application of digital forensics methods to materials in collecting institutions – particularly libraries, archives and museums. It is a product of the BitCurator project and is written by Drs. Christopher A. Lee, Frances Carroll McColl Term Professor and research associate, Kam Woods of SILS; Matthew Kirschenbaum, associate director of MITH; and SILS doctoral student Alexandra Chassanoff. 

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  • Alexandra Bolintineanu

    A Word Is Born: A Digital Exhibit for the Dictionary of Old English

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    In Old English poetry, the human body is a bone house ( banhus ) and the sea is a whale-road ( hronrad ). There is a single word for “the care and anxiety that come in the early morning"( uhtcearu ) and for a flight of spears ( garfaru ) but over...

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  • Charles Henry

    Little Data

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    So much attention today is focused understandably on “big data.” Scientific disciplines such as astronomy, particle physics, meteorology, and genomics generate petabytes of data regularly, requiring new tools of analysis to discern patterns...

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  • Marta Brunner

    Challenges and Cohorts

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    Last week, the newest cohort of CLIR/DLF Postdoctoral Fellows gathered at Bryn Mawr College for the annual 10-day "bootcamp" orientation seminar. I attended as a new fellow 8 years ago; this year, I attended the day devoted to orienting supervisors,...

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  • Inna Kouper

    Digital Preservation Meeting DP-2014

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    Last week, I attended the Digital Preservation 2014 meeting in Washington, DC. It is an amazing event that gathers researchers, practitioners, technologists, designers, artists, and many other professionals and curious individuals. The meeting...

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