By Meredith Farkas | February 18, 2005
Thanks to digitizationblog, I just found an amazingly cool blog that I wanted to share with you. Digitization 101 is a blog created by Jill Hurst-Wahl for Hurst Associates. Hurst-Wahl writes some fantastic posts on just about every aspect of digitization (from the practical to the existential), including such topics as “finding digitization vendors”, “Digital Library Construction Tools: How-To Manuals”, “Digital Permanence: Our reliance on technology”, “Lesson learned: Is digitization preservation?” and “A book scanner for under $250″. Hurst-Wahl is a senior instructor in Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies, and her blog contains many instructional and thought-provoking posts. The blog has an Atom feed which I promptly subscribed to. I think I can learn a lot from this blog.