Records mistakenly destroyed

According to the Sentinel, Milwaukee Journal several hundred boxes of records from the Tommy G. Thompson administration earmarked for the Wisconsin Historical Society/ for archiving instead were mistakenly destroyed, officials said Monday.

Tom Solberg, a spokesman for the state Department of Administration, confirmed that the records, which were stored at a state warehouse, were inadvertently put on the wrong truck and sent to a Green Bay paper mill, where the paper was turned into pulp. The records were supposed to go to the historical society in Madison.

ICHIM 2004

ICHIM 04, the eighth International Cultural Heritage Informatics Meeting
will take place in Germany from August 30 to Sept. 3, 2004, at the “Haus
der Kulturen der Welt”, Berlin. It will be focusing on digitization of
cultural heritage and on the emergence of new digital art and culture forms.

Curators, computer scientists, administrators, publishers and media
producers, educators, IT professionals, scholars, entrepreneurs,
libraries and museums professionals, artists and others invested in the
intersection of technology and culture will come from around the world to
share their experiences, learn new methods and forge new partnerships.

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