Archive for March, 2009

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Local History Collections – practical responses to technical problems

During the recent “Digitising Local History Collections – practical responses to technical problems” session at the LocLib 2009 Biennial Conference, I made a comment that the Mosaic catalogue company had folded. This information was based upon hearsay and incorrect. I regret any concern or inconvenience that it may have engendered. Although I.S.Technology (the owners of Collections MOSAiC Plus) changed hands in 2005 they have never ceased trading. Current products include the Standard, Professional & SQL Server Editions and their recently released Version 10 of these.

Brent Acie

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