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Kirschenbaum MG, Ovenden R, Redwine G, Donahue R. Digital Forensics and Born-Digital Content in Cultural Heritage Collections. 2010:101. Available at:
Donor agreements by Cal Lee (blz 57) The seven levels of representation: Level 7: aggregation of objects. A set of objects that form an aggregation that is meaningful encountered as an entity. Level 6: object or package. An object composed of multiple files, each of which could also be encountered as individual files. Level 5: in-application rendering. As rendered and encountered within a specific application. Level 4: file thru filesystem. Files encountered as discrete set of items with associate paths and file names. Level 3: file as "raw" bitstream. Bitstream encountered as a continuous series of binary values. Level 2: sub-file data structure. Discrete "chunk" of data that is part of a larger file. Level 1: bitstream thru I/O equipment. A series of 1s and 0s as accessed from the storage media using input/output hardware and software. Level 0: bitstream on physical medium. A set of physical properties of the storage medium that are interpreted as bitstreams at Level 1. (eigenlijk zijn het er 8)
Floridi L. Information: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2010:152. Available at:
Explores a concept central to modern science and society, from thermodynamics and DNA to our use of the mobile phone and the Internet - Considers concepts such as ’Infoglut’ (too much information to process) and the emergence of an information society - Addresses the meaning and value of information in science, sociology, and philosophy - Raises the broader social and ethical issues relating to privacy, accessibility, and ownership of information
Floridi L. Against digital ontology. 2009:28. doi:10.1007/s11229-008-9334-6.
Floridi L. The Information Society and Its Philosophy: Introduction to the Special Issue on "The Philosophy of Information, its Nature and Future Developments". -. 2009:12. Available at:
The article introduces the special issue dedicated to "The Philosophy of Information, its Nature and Future Developments". It outlines the origins of the information society and then briefly discusses the definition of the Philosophy of Information, the possibility of reconciling nature and technology, the informational turn as a fourth revolution (after Copernicus, Darwin and Freud) and the metaphysics of the infosphere.
Schuiten F, Peeters B. L’Archiviste. Casterman; 2009. Available at:
Hier wordt de archivaris meer gezien als onderzoeker dan als beheerder.  Een beetje gedateerd beeld voortkomend uit  vooroordelen. Citaat: "Isodore Louis, spécialiste des mythes et légendes, est chargé par les responsables de l’Institut Central des Archives d’un rapport sur d’étranges cas de superstition. Des gens, de plus en plus nombreux, croierant à l’existance d’un univers parallèle: Les Cités Obscures. Plus il rassemble de documents sur des villes commes Xhystos, Calvani, Brüsel ou Mylos, plus Isidore Louis se persuade de l’existance de cet Autre Monde. Persécuté par ses supérieurs, l’Archiviste finira par rejoindre les Cités Obscures."
Floridi L. Philosophical Conceptions of Information. -. 2009:41. Available at:
Information is notoriously a polymorphic phenomenon and a polysemantic concept so, as an explicandum, it can be associated with several explanations, depending on the level of abstraction adopted and the cluster of requirements and desiderata orientating a theory. The reader may wish to keep this in mind while reading this article, where some schematic simplifications and interpretative decisions will be inevitable.
Jimerson RC. Archives for All: The Importance of Archives in Society. In: XV Congresso Brasileiro de Arquivologia. XV Congresso Brasileiro de Arquivologia. Goiânia; 2008. Available at:
George Orwell: Who controls the past, controls the future; who controls the present, controls the past. … The mutability of the past is the central tenet of Ingsoc. Past events, it is argued, have no objective existence, but survive only in written records and in human memories. The past is whatever the records and the memories agree upon. And since the Party is in full control of all records, and in equally full control of the minds of its members, it follows that the past is whatever the Party chooses to make it.
Floridi L. A defence of informational structural realism. 2008:51. Available at:
Duranti L, Preston R. International Research on Permanent Authentic Records in Electronic Systems (InterPARES) 2: Experiential, Interactive and Dynamic Records. Electronic. Padua: Associazione Nazionale Archivistica Italiana; 2008:817. Available at:
Wright A. The Web time forgot. The New York Times. 2008;17 juni 2008. Available at:
Over het "Reseau", een begrip dat zoiets betekent als "netwerk"  of misschien wel "web". Het internet avant la lettre van Paul Otlet, met de technische mogelijkheden van toen.
Valderhaug G. The good Archivist. 2007. Available at:
Mayer-Schönberger V. Useful Void: The Art of Forgetting in the Age of Ubiquitous Computing. Faculty Research Working Papers Series. 2007. Available at:
Schraefel MC. What is the Analogue for the Semantic Web? If the Web is like a Page+Links, the SW is like a.. 2007. Available at:
Van twee- en driedimensionale naar multidimensionale toegang met als uitgangspunt dat de techniek op basis van modellen, metatalen en protocollen zonder verdere menselijke tussenkomst  de nodige ondersteuning biedt.
Jimerson RC. Archives and memory. OCLC Systems & Services. 2003;Volume 19:89-95. Available at:
Far from being a neutral repository for recorded memory, archives (and archivists) actively mediate and shape the archival record.
Cook T. Beyond the Screen: The Records Continuum and Archival Cultural Heritage. In: ; 2000. Available at:
Lübbe H. Die Zukunft der Vergangenheit. Kommunikationsnetzverdichtung und das Archivwesen. In: 71. Deutschen Archivtag. 71. Deutschen Archivtag. Nürberg; 2000. Available at:
Onder het thema ’Netzverdichtung’ staat hier de manier waarop wij tegenwoordig met het verleden omgaan centraal. Netze werden zunächst mit Räumen (im konkreten oder übertragenen Sinn) in Verbindung gebracht. Zum zeitlichen Aspekt gehört die Beobachtung, dass Netze immer schneller immer dichter werden, eine Entwicklung, die für die Kommunikationsnetze noch rascher als für die Verkehrsnetze erfolgte. Die Informationsnetze wurden schließlich unabhängig von den Verkehrsnetzen. Damit kann ein Prozeß der Dezentralisierung verbunden sein  - Verkehrsknotenpunkte müssen nicht mehr unbedingt Informationsknotenpunkte sein. De spreker heeft hiervoor een aantal nieuwe termen bedacht. Empirische Apokalyptik Evolutionäre Illaminarität Gegenwartsschrumpfung Netzverdichtung Reliktmengenwachstum Zukunftsexpansion