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Early History of the National Microfilm Association (AIIM)

Vernon Dale Tate, who would become secretary of NMA, had been assigned to the Office of Strategic Services...Tate had worked for the Library of Congress and was Director of the National Archives



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A Few Minutes with an Archivist

One of the attendees at our recent AIIM New England event in CT was Jennifer Sharp...She is finishing up the second of two, two-year NHPRC grant funded projects, cataloging the CHS's backlog of manuscripts and account books

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RIM to drive up the value of Time Capsules?

In traditional RIM theory, the four pillars of value that information is considered against to determine record status are: legal, financial, operational and historical

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Non-Records Books for Records Managers: Tracy Kidder’s “Soul of a New Machine”

I finished recently Tracy Kidder’s “Soul of a New Machine&rdquo...The book opens with the typical lure of information technology (“get in on the ground floor and make a lot of money!...A year is a hell of a long time

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Discussion Point: the R&IM Program as Finishing School

Continental precedent [1] and our burgeoning idea of the American dream nurtured the identity of the corporation as a legal person

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Foresight 2020

Here devices crawl out of pockets and frame themselves between our ears...We're transitioning in the next iteration of gadget life from the second nature of messaging roulette to the second skin of the ultimate designer lenses

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