Tag Archives: Library of Congress

Preserving Your Digital Memories

Preserving Your Digital Memories from the Library of Congress provides good advice for archiving digital files.  It specifically mentions the need to keep multiple copies of important photos and other digital records. Have you printed your photos recently?

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Preserving Your Digital Memories

The Library of Congress has released information on Personal Archiving  as well as a Personal Archiving Brochure that highlights the need to preserve your digital information. It is relatively comprehensive and includes recommendations for digital photographs, digital audio, digital video, electronic … Continue reading

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The Library of Congress Preserves the Past; Creative Memories Preserves the Present

I have visited the Library of Congress and toured their facilities for preserving books, photos, and other materials several times in the past. Unfortunately, I have never documented my trips there, so I was glad to locate Gallery: Digitizing the past and … Continue reading

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Detained in DC

From May 10 to 14, I was in Washington, D.C. for the ISO meetings on image permanence. These meetings were held at the Library of Congress and cover issues related to the preservation of traditional and digital photos. The Library … Continue reading

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