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2011-07-16 (Saturday)



  1. Personal Archiving - Digital Preservation (Library of Congress)

    A rough guide for individuals who want to archive their digital photos, email, social media, etc. Doesn’t mention file formats at all. Maybe that’s not as important as doing this at all? (via Digital Beyond)

  2. Smithsonian Institution Archives - Digitization Standards for Images

    The Smithsonian’s rough guide for scanning and archiving photos. (via Digital Beyond)


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    "I always wanted to pretend to be an architect." #georgecostanza

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    @DeanVipond It's taken me an hour to make *one* of them work with a modern TV and start loading a game!

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    @FinalBullet No binning, but probably mostly eBay. Unless you want any? I also have a pile of Spectrum cassettes.

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    Two ZX81s, two Spectrum 48Ks, a Spectrum+, and a Spectrum 128. It's possible I won't need *all* of these again.

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    'Grumpy Gumphrey Supersleuth' and 'Sweevo's World'. I don't remember playing these, never mind spending good pocketmoney on them.