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Clifford Lynch Profiled as Digital Preservation Pioneer

clifford-lynchClifford Lynch, image © Cecilia PrestonThe Library of Congress blog The Signal: Digital Preservation featured CNI executive director Clifford Lynch in its Digital Preservation Pioneer series on May 29. The profile's author, Mike Ashenfelder, writes, “Clifford Lynch is widely regarded as an oracle in the culture of networked information. Lynch monitors the global information ecosystem for cultural trends and technological developments. He ponders their variables, interdependencies and influencing factors. He confers with colleagues and draws conclusions. Then he reports his observations through lectures, conference presentations and writings. People who know about Lynch pay close attention to what he has to say.” Read the complete profile, “Digital Preservation Pioneer: Clifford Lynch,” on the Library of Congress website. 

 
 
 

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