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The E-Records Tsunami

Mike Carlson, director of electronic records at the National Archives and Records Administration's special media division, conducted an e-seminar last week on GCN.com, focusing on electronic records management and how the new Electronic Records Archive system will change the way agencies manage records. To view the seminar, go to GCN.com and enter GCN.com/873.

GCN Lab TV: Unsinkable performance

Hollywood writers might be on strike, but GCN Lab TV will debut an all-new episode Dec. 3, when Lab Director John Breeden II takes to the water to test the submersible Olympus Stylus 770 SW.


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