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- This leaflet is based upon a presentation at the School for Scanning, an ongoing sequence of conferences developed by the Northeast Document Conservation Center. The author wishes to thank Steve Dalton for his continuing support and encouragement.
- Jim Taylor and Watts Wacker, The 500 Year Delta: What Happens After What Comes Next (New York: Harper Business, 1997).
- S. H. Steinberg, Five Hundred Years of Printing,new ed., rev. by John Trevitt (London: British Library, 1996).
- Geofroy Tory, Champ Fleury, Translated into English and annotated by George B. Ives (New York: The Grolier Club, 1927).
- George B. Dyson, Darwin Among the Machines: The Evolution of Global Intelligence (Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1997), 37.
- Margaret Hedstrom, "Understanding Electronic Incunabula: A Framework for Research on Electronic Records," in American Archivist 54 (Summer 1991): 334–54.
- From Semaphore to Satellite (Geneva: International Telecommunication Union, 1965), 13–14.
- Michael K. Buckland,"Information as Thing," in Journal of the American Society for Information Science 42 (June 1991): 351–60.
- An excellent glossary is included in: Howard Besser and Jennifer Trant, Introduction to Imaging: Issues in Constructing an Image Database (Santa Monica: Getty Art History Information Program, 1995), http://www.getty.edu/research/institute/standards/introimages/.
- Don R. Williams,"Data Conversion: A Tutorial on Electronic Document Imaging," in Preserving Digital Information: Report of the Task Force on Archiving of Digital Information (Washington, D.C.: Commission on Preservation and Access and Research Libraries Group, May 1996), 59–79.
- James M. Reilly and Franziska A. Frey, Recommendations for the Evaluation of Digital Images Produced from Photographic, Microphotographic, and Various Paper Formats, Report to the Library of Congress National Digital Library Project. Rochester, NY: Image Permanence Institute, May 1996 20. http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/ipirpt.html
- Michael Ester, Digital Image Collections: Issues and Practice, (Washington, D.C.: Commission on Preservation and Access, December 1996).
- For three examples of this trend, see: Franziska Frey,"Digital Imaging for Photographic Collections: Foundations for Technical Standards," in RLG DigiNews 1 (December 15, 1997), http://www.rlg.org / preserv / diginews / diginews3.html#com/; Picture Elements, Inc. [Louis Sharpe], Guidelines for Electronic Preservation of Visual Materials, Part 1, 2 March 1995; Kenney, Anne R. and Stephen Chapman, Digital Imaging for Libraries and Archives (Ithaca: Cornell University Library, 1996), 45–46.
- Paul Conway, Preservation in the Digital World (Washington, D.C.: Commission on Preservation and Access, March 1996), http://www.clir.org/cpa/reports/conway2/.
- Don Waters and John Garrett, Preserving Digital Information: Report of the Task Force on Archiving of Digital Information (Washington, D.C.: Commission on Preservation and Access and Research Libraries Group, 1996), http://www.rlg.org/ArchTF/.