A tool is useless without something to work on. So what do we shape with our computing tools? Data, information, knowledge, opinions, art - in short: Content. Content is created, processed and transmi...
Archivists trying to preserve material stored in obsolete formats face a mighty challenge in retrieving decades of work by the Australian writer and feminist
Office 2013 will, after years, finally fully support Open Document Format, Adobe's PDF, and, oh yes, Microsoft's own Open XML document standard.
I returned from a recent trip with the unshakeable feeling that I'm done with cameras, and that most of us are.
In 2010 the iPad took the world by storm and had about 10 million nerds salivating over the possibilities of the not-quite-mobile mobile experience. Sold as the best way to consume the Internet, the
A blog about LibreOffice (formerly known as OpenOffice.org), programming and reverse-engineering of file-formats
We've always had metadata on our images or video tapes, as caption, credit and copyright information on the back of a print, on a slide mount or on the label of a tape case. Important copyright and identification data was firmly attached indicating the asset value of the content.
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Thousands of cell phones and cameras on Boston streets are giving authorities a wealth of evidence.
A treaty that has the potential to change the lives of millions of blind people is at risk of being hijacked by publishers who show no sympathy for the difficulties faced by blind people ...
Il cammino verso l'interoperabilità e l'apertura dei dati pubblici prosegue con visuale allargata all'intera Unione.
Microsoft has announced that it will, for the first time, support the strict version of its own "Open XML" standard in Office 2013. It will join new ODF 1.2 and PDF support in Microsoft's office suite.
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Does part of social media's future lie in the past? It's a question that's nagging some of the biggest names in the industry as they turn their attention to the swelling digital archives many of us have created online.