Library of Congress Launches Digital Preservation Blog


The Library of Congress launched the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program, or NDIIPP (pronounced “n-dip”) in 2000 and its blog, on May 31st, 2011.  As Bill LeFurgy writes: “You might find the acronym cryptic. But the name packs in a lot of meaning and a big mission. Plus, it kind of grows on you.”  

You can sign up for this blog (and plenty of others) from the Library of Congress via RSS feed or e-mail subscription.  Just click on the little RSS button by the word “Subscribe”   to make your choices.  And once you register for a Library of Congress subscription, you get more choices  including e-newsletters from NASA among other organizations. 

This is one of those blogs that might behoove us within the cultural heritage world to at least check once a week or so just to keep up with what’s happening elsewhere.  — Grace


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