Updating Wordpress website, how to we archive old site so as not to break long-standing links? [more inside]
posted by Mike Mongo
on Feb 23, 2014 -
I'm starting to explore a career change and I want to figure out whether I'd enjoy being an archivist. I'm 40, but I don't have any experience in archiving, so first I want to find out whether I'd like it. I live in Manhattan and have a regular 9-5 day job. I currently work as an editor at a legal publishing company and I'm a former lawyer. I enjoy American political and social history. I also like the arts (especially old movies and theater). I'm interested in working with historical documents and/or digital archives. I understand that not every volunteer experience might include access to those; I'm just trying to give a sense of my interests. I also wouldn't mind talking to a working archivist to get a sense of what the work is like.
posted by Tin Man
on Jan 7, 2014 -
How do I automate dumping the contents of a couple hundred different data CDs into a directory in Mac OS X? [more inside]
posted by ardgedee
on Jan 11, 2010 -
My friend runs a small company that is growing. They're starting to run into file-sharing problems (versioning, archiving, etc.). Laboring under the bizarre belief that I know something about this stuff, my friend has asked for my help. [more inside]
posted by grumblebee
on Jan 14, 2009 -
Is there any good, free UNIX/Linux software you can suggest for keeping a searchable index of removable media? [more inside]
posted by tommorris
on Nov 25, 2008 -
I'm curious how people deal w. their old email. (esp those using Outlook and IMAP, but others, too...)
posted by ManInSuit
on Apr 3, 2008 -
What is the easiest way to automatically archive IMAP emails (incoming and outgoing) from multiple user accounts? Gmail doesn't handle IMAP and I don't have access to our school's server. We need a central location to archive our research projects emails. Mac, PC, or web method okay.
posted by philrj
on Jul 8, 2007 -
Does anyone have any good picture/file archiving software? Specifically, I'm looking for a Windows or linux program that will do the following:
1) Support full and differential or incremental backups of directories (i.e.: just the ones that have changed since the last backup or the first backup).
2) Burn both CDs and DVDs (not using other packet-writing software).
3) Create normally readable, uncompressed discs (not blob files that can only be read by the same program).
4) Preferably, include an html preview of the whole backup set on each disc.
Basically, I think I'm looking for the exact feature set of Archive Creator
, but with incremental backups or "all files created since" features, which it does not seem to do.
posted by Caviar
on Nov 10, 2004 -
Eudora has been my email client since, oh, 1994. I now have several hundred megabytes of mail. It's disappointing that Eudora doesn't have an "archiving" feature like Outlook. Does anyone know of a utility that's up to the task? Doing with manually with over 35 folders is painful.
posted by madman
on Mar 4, 2004 -