[SIGCIS-Members] Google boss warns of 'forgotten century' with email and photos at risk
brian.randell at newcastle.ac.uk
Fri Feb 13 06:18:41 PST 2015
The Guardian was for year famous for its typos:
> The Grauniad is a nickname for the UK national newpaper, the Guardian, because of a now ill-founded reputation for typos. The name was given to it by the satirical magazine Private Eye. The Guardian newspaper earned its reputation for lots of misprints in the days of hot-metal printing when it was published in Manchester (it was originally called the Manchester Guardian), and the editions that appeared in London were very early editions brought down by train, before all the errors had been spotted.
On 13 Feb 2015, at 13:35, Scott Guthery <sbg at acw.com> wrote:
>>>> Digital material including key historical documents could be lost forever because programs to view them will become defunct, says Vint Serf
> I wonder if he's any relation of Vint Cerf. Maybe it's the British spelling. There are lots of other possibilities all of which have already flashed through your head so there is no need to list them.
> Cheers, Scott
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