Not long ago the author's total credentials for presuming to comment on high-tech matters would have amounted to the demonstrated ability to load and use a stapler, successfully turn on and off an electric toothbrush, and replace batteries in most flashlights. There must be a goodly number of other archivists who possess a similarly deprived background. Of course, they are not announcing it to everyone as is being done here.
Vernon, John A.,
"Technology's Effect on the Role of the Archivist,"
Provenance, Journal of the Society of Georgia Archivists
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