Category Archives: Information – reliability

From dematerialisation to rematerialisation

Innovation – Monday, March 5, 2012. “Why digital texts need a new library of Alexandria –with physical books”. while libaries get rid of their books, the Internet Archive and Alexa WEb traffic have a strategy to store all 20th century … Continue reading

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History of the web, and for the UK academics, impact REF?

The First Analysis Of The Web: Vague, But Exciting | Techdirt. 24 May 2012 an interesting post that links to the original proposal by Mr Berners-Lee for the web. As a UK academic, I can’t stop thinking about what we … Continue reading

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Is Operation Payback A Crime… Or Just The Modern Equivalent Of A Sit In? | Techdirt

Is Operation Payback A Crime… Or Just The Modern Equivalent Of A Sit In? | Techdirt. 9 December 2010 An interesting question for a lawyer …

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Reliability of data

An interesting analysis of facts about the posting on YouTUbe of a video where a young man was attacked by a group of young women. The bloggers apparently questioned the reliability of the video and some thought it was a … Continue reading

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