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WORKSHOP INVITATION: The Future of the Past of the Web, British Library Conf. Centre, London

London, UK The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC), The British Library and the Digital Preservation Coalition invite you to attend their 3rd joint web archiving workshop on October 7, 2011, at the British Library Conference Centre. The previous 2 workshops were held in 2006 and 2009.

“RIRI” REGISTRATION OPEN: Red Island Repository Institute 2011

Charlottetown, PEI, Canada Registration is now open for this year’s Red Island Repository Institute, September 17-23. We are planning to have 2 streams this year: Digital Humanities and Science Data. Come and learn about cutting-edge repository technologies with like minded folk on beautiful Prince Edward Island at beautiful Dalvay by the Sea, which we have booked exclusively for this event.

More information: http://islandora.ca/riri

NOW AVAILABLE: DuraCloud 1.0–Fully-featured, Production Quality Open Source Release Makes it Easy to Store, Do More in the Cloud

Ithaca, NY The DuraSpace organization announced today the release of production-ready DuraCloud 1.0. This release focuses on reporting and integrations with popular DSpace and Fedora repositories. Since 2010, DuraCloud open source software has been available to a community of partners and committers who have provided feedback and testing to ensure that DuraCloud 1.0 is ready to be part of your workflow. DuraCloud is also available as a managed service.

FAO and UNESCO-IOC/IODE Release AgriOcean DSpace 1.0

From Imma Subriats, Knowledge and Information Management Officer at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

For Your Repository Viewing Pleasure: "Frontiers of Science" Comics from University of Sydney Library

Winchester, MA Most of us can come up with at least one comic strip that has made a lasting impression. Comics have always been part of art for commerce culture that exists somewhere in between commodity and art form. Designed to resonate with a niche part of a newspaper's readers, well-known comics like Dilbert, Doonesbury and Cathy gained popularity because some part of the newspaper-buying public saw themselves reflected in comic strip characters.

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