Winchester, MA In 2015 media consumers can find videos and broadcasts tailored to almost any interest from swamp life to macaroni and cheese to how to rewire your house. Reading long emails went the way of the dinosaurs as hand-held devices have become most peoples’ “info viewers” of choice. Attention is now divided among endless topics and a non-stop news cycle characterized by on-the-fly “snippet” views rather than on in-depth information. DuraSpace has joined the fray.
Current community topics of interest are the subject of the new DuraSpace Quickbyte YouTube channel dedicated to presenting three minute broadcasts that provide a quick look at what’s emerging in and around DuraSpace—your digital preservation go-to place for community source software, solutions, and services.
The DuraSpace Quickbyte channel features new broadcasts each month designed to keep you informed in a few quick bytes! If you have been wondering about what’s happening with DuraSpace open source projects–Fedora, DSpace, VIVO–or about news from the DuraSpace services world, like the release of the ArchivesDirect “soup-to-nuts” digital archiving and preservation service–tune in. It only takes three minutes:
Subscribe to the new DuraSpace Quickbytes YouTube channel to be informed of the most recent broadcast.
If you have an idea for a Quickbyte please contact Carol Minton Morris <firstname.lastname@example.org>.