Tying reminder strings on my digital digits

This is a housekeeping post, mainly for my own benefit, but also as a teaser for my loyal reader(s) (hi Mom).

The anticipated records management post about the Edmonton City Centre Airport plebiscite is temporarily on hold, since I’m considering turning it into a larger project (that is, the term paper assignment for the same records management course).  I am eager to get started on the journal entry assignments, however, so I’ve rustled up a few stories that may serve as interesting fodder for my consideration:

Bank of Canada Unclaimed Balances and the Edmonton Journal/Alberta database

Brent Wittmeier’s blog: http://brentwittmeier.com/2010/09/19/unclaimed-bank-accounts-interview-on-rob-breakenridge-show/

Bank of Canada unclaimed balances service: http://ucbswww.bank-banque-canada.ca/scripts/search_english.cfm

Edmonton Journal database for Alberta bank records:  http://www.edmontonjournal.com/news/unclaimed-bank-accounts/index.html

Facebook breaches of privacy laws, and their actions to remedy the situation

CBC News story, Facebook privacy changes approved by watchdog: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2010/09/22/facebook-privacy-commissioner.html

The recent discovery of lost British teleplays at the Library of Congress

LOC blog: http://blogs.loc.gov/loc/2010/09/by-jove-its-a-video-treasure-trove/

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