Archive for the ‘archives’ Category

When records can’t be found invent fires and floods — tell stories of tornadoes.

Nothing ruins an exciting search like a good data base.

Straighten out your past; hire an archivist.

Build an archive — share the loot.

Digitize, digitize, save the truth — preserve some lies.

What’s done is done — unless the archivist is your friend.

Archival is a type of survival; decontribution is a form of suicide.

Obfuscate the past, confuse the present, ensure this for the future — promote research.

Deaccession all scrapbook transgression.

A society separated from its records has no access to justice.

The trash can is a file, the dumpster is a folder; the dump is a data base.