Quotes from the i-newswire (U of Iowa news service):
"Today digital storage and retrieval methods are very popular, yet most digital storage is outdated and unreadable within 25 years," says Gary Frost, University Conservator. "On the other hand, a storage technology using carbon ink and papyrus of late antiquity has proven readable for 16 centuries."
The exhibition is presented by the Friends of the UI Libraries in conjunction with the conference "The Changing Book: Transitions in Design, Production and Preservation" that will be held at the UI Libraries July 22-25, and the University of Iowa Museum of Art exhibition "Bill Anthony: Fine Book Binder," on exhibit through July 31.
Will the Sky Fall on Copyright Holders? The Effects of a Digital First-Sale Right - In Kirtsaeng and the First-Sale Doctrine's Digital Problem, Stanford Law Review Online, (May 7, 2013), Clark D. Asay argues that "the history and purpose of ...
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