Archive for April, 2010

Things That Shouldn’t Be Archived #5 — High School Edition

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

Because I care about you, dear reader, and because I care about the development of a more refined culture through the dissemination of audiovisual materials, I was perusing YouTube last night. I happened upon a video simply referred to as “Final Countdown — Acoustic Version”. I will not share that with you here. I feel that Arrested Development has completed the cultural work of that song and it needn’t be further addressed (see — I am looking out for you).

Live Taping

Friday, April 16th, 2010

He even says “videos” instead of “movies”! [swoon]

You Have Chosen…Poorly

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

Or perhaps this isn’t such a peculiar condition at all. Perhaps I’m just…a critic!

Oh what a pitiful life I have wrought.

A Primer on Codecs for Moving Image and Sound Archives

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

10 Recommendations for Codec Selection and Management The increasing number of digital objects under our guardianship as archivists will require a greater convergence between IT and archival knowledge […]

AVPS to Present at JTS, ARSC

Monday, April 5th, 2010

April showers bring May conferences. AudioVisual Preservation Solutions continues their dedicated involvement in the Preservation and Archiving communities with upcoming presentations at the Joint Technical Symposium (JTS) and […]