One hundred ninety two million cassettes of unrecorded video tape, representing over million hours of recording, are sold annually in the United States along with million blank audio cassettes. And from yet another perspective, archivists in developing countries are now seriously questioning whether classic archival concepts that emerged from the written culture of European bureaucracies are appropriate for preserving the memories of oral cultures.
After all, we have weed whackers and lawnmowers now, and they are noisier than scythes and have buttons and use electricity or petrol and therefore they must perform better, right? Some of the beliefs about humans and animals that are expressed in various origin myths include beliefs that: Blackstock's Catching Christmas is not your average romance.
Already our repositories threaten to become mere warehouses, mocking us as monuments to our propitious ability to generate records, because we are unable to direct potential users to the information which they seek. There was no sense he was getting anywhere, no plan, no destination, no future.
Praise for Jamie Pope? Microform is not the only media transformation we should consider.
I can identify with pretty much every word of this, including, sometimes, the last one. The Settlers are eager to bring peace to their new home, and they have a plan for how to achieve it. If then, it is agreed that things are either the result of coincidence or for an end, and these cannot be the result of coincidence or spontaneity, it follows that they must be for an end; and that such things are all due to nature even the champions of the theory which is before us would agree.
He supposed, as originating principles of all things, atoms and vacuity. More babies meant more hunters. Iris doesn't know how to bake but she needs to keep her mind off a big decision she sorely regrets. This is largely because much of Asia came to be dominated by Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism, all of which are highly philosophical and say little or nothing about origins.
The best place, to me, was the largest remnant of this plateau that dates from the Tertiary age.
Lewis and Ivan Illich—I am going to have to change my life in quite profound ways. This is no disease. Some are desperately fleeing the past; others chase an unknown destiny. This speculator combined three systems of philosophy. In general, information needed to reconstruct the critical functions of government is what should be retained First, we will have to confront what may be a culturally intrinsic threat posed by communication across time: The record is the seed of a developing culture, it is the source of identification that individuals feel to their state and their society.
As Jack Goody and Ian Watt put it in their extraordinary examination of the "Consequences of Literacy," members of literate societies "are faced with permanently recorded versions of past beliefs, and because the past is thus set apart from the present, historical inquiry becomes possible.
Clinching is the technique used to bend a driven horseshoe nail to hold the shoe to a hoof.Screening the Industrial City Saint Etienne, France, November Deadline for proposals: 31 January Cinema, an art of the masses yet also a very bourgeois art form, was born in the wake of industrialisation in the late nineteenth century.
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b a r b a r a k i r s h e n b l a t t - g i m b l e t t University Professor Department of Performance Studies Tisch School of the Arts New York University. Archival Science and Postmodernism: New Formulations for Old Concepts. By TERRY COOK. This article is the first of a two-paper series. It was originally published in Archival Science, vol.
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Posted by Phil Hine in History, Occult | January 3rd | About poster. In this final part of The Fantastic World of Lobsang Rampa I will discuss the Rampa books’ portrayal of Tibet; briefly explore the UFO-related themes in his writings, and round up with some general conclusions. This page is being built up as a selected list of links to other websites containing innovative & interesting writing, or links to this.
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