4406 entries. 94 themes. Last updated December 26, 2016.

Timeline Outline ViewEra: 2005 - 2010   |   Theme: Conservation, Preservation & Restoration

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2005
The Parker Library on the Web homepage
Digitizing the Matthew Parker Library Begins
June 6, 2005
The UNESCO logo
Proposal for a World Digital Library
September 8, 2005
The Lockheed Martin logo
Electronic Records Archives System
September 15 – September 16, 2005Second International Conference on the Preservation of Digital Objects October 2005Google Print Morphs in Two October 5, 2005
The Armed Forces Institute of Pathology logo
The Genetic Code of Avian Flu Virus H5N1 is Deciphered
November 11, 2005
The World Digital Library homepage
A Plan to Create a World Digital Library
December 2005
The Google Books logo
Google Books
December 2005
The exterior of the British Library
Maybe the World's Largest Physical Library
December 2005
The Heritage Preservation logo
The Heritage Health Index Report on the State of America's Collections
2006Data Curation as a Profession February 2006
A screenshot of the D-Lib Magazine homepage
A Research Library Based on Historical Collections of the Internet Archive
March 2006
The World Wide Web History Center logo
World Wide Web History Center is Founded
March 2006Studies on Digital Library Evolution April 2006
A self-portrait by Leonardo da Vinci in red chalk
Damage to Codex Atlanticus Caused by Efforts at Preservation
April 3, 2006A Critical Review at the Library of Congress May 14, 2006
Kevin Kelly
"The entire works of humankind, from the beginning of recorded history, in all languages" would amount to 50 petabytes of data.
July 1, 2006
The OCLC logo
OCLC Merges with RLG
October 29, 2006
The entrance to the Royal Society of London
The Royal Society Digital Journal Archive
November 20, 2006
The Environmental Protection Agency seal
The EPA Begins to Close its Scientific Libraries
November 30, 2006
Stephen Johnson
Demanding that the U.S. EPA Desist from Destroying its Libraries
2007
The cover art of Preserving Digital Information by Henry M. Gladney
A Printed Book on Preserving Digital Information
February 27, 2007
The Keio University crest
Data-Storing Bacteria Could Last Thousands of Years
March 10, 2007
Bookshelves inside the Library of Congress
It Could Take 1800 Years to Convert the Paper Records . . . .
September 27, 2007
The National Archives in London
DROID, an Archives Analysis and Identification Tool
February 19, 2008The World's Oldest Oil Paintings Restored After Taliban Dynamite June 28, 2008The Effect of Decay Fungi on Wood Used in the Production of Violins October 2008 – March 2012Creation of the HathiTrust Digital Library October 30, 2008Raphael's Madonna of the Goldfinch Restored 450 Years after it was Nearly Destroyed February 28, 2009Discovery of a Previously Unknown Self- Portrait of Leonardo June 1, 2009The WARC Format as an International File Preservation Standard June 4, 2009Costs of Managed Archiving versus Passive Archiving of Data September 17, 2009'Material Degradomics" or, The Sniff Test for a Book's Physical State October 9, 2009" A Library to Last Forever" ?? January 2010Biological Journals to Require Data-Archiving March 24, 2010The Vatican Library Plans the Scanning of all its Manuscripts into the FITS Document Format April 14, 2010The Library of Congress Will Preserve All "Tweets" April 30, 2010Using the Twitter Archive for Historical Research