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Monthly Archives: July 2012

Copy Rights and Wrongs

Back from a long, long time away from home, one of the first orders of business this weekend was sorting (and then hiding from) the accumulated mail.  Over dinner, I read the recent Archival Outlook (a membership publication of the Society of American Archivists); Peter Hirtle’s article caught me up on two legal suits addressing […]

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Reflecting

Perfectly sized in a single room at Cornell’s Johnson Museum of Art is a rather eclectic exhibit, loosely tying together radically different photographers and their works by the examination of visual memory and the role of the photograph(er) in its creation. One section – Memory and War – is particularly horrifying; it makes you wonder […]

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