This essay focuses on understanding of digital documents.The purpose of writing an Op-ed is to offer an opinion, not a summary or counter-argument to points. The audience of an Op-ed can be anyone; the writing in this piece should be clear and to the point.
Please write an Op-ed using only two of the readings I have attach or link here in the description; it’s your choice which documents you want to work with.
The purpose of writing an Op-ed is to offer an opinion, not a summary or counter-argument to points. The audience of an Op-ed can be anyone; the writing in this piece should be clear and to the point. Attempt to pull out only the important parts of the chosen readings. The minor details aren’t as important as the main idea. Outside sources should not be necessary. Links for readings: https://www.masshist.org/database/viewer.php?item_id=549&img_step=1&mode=transcript https://www.historyplace.com/lincoln/haven.htm.
Otlet, Briet, Schürmeyer, and the other documentalists increasingly emphasize whatever function. A document rather than traditional physical forms of documents. The shift to digital technology would seem to make this distinction even more important. Levy’s thoughtful analyses have shown that an emphasis on the technology. Digital documents has impede our understanding of digital documents as documents.
A conventional document, such as a mail message or a technical report. Exists physically in digital technology as a string of bits, as does everything else in a digital environment. As an object of study, it has been made into a document. It has become physical evidence by those who study it.
The word denotes everything that may be represent or memorialize to serve as evidence. The classic example provided by Suzanne Briet is an antelope: “An antelope running wild on the plains of Africa should not be consider a document[;] she rules.
But if it were to be capture, taken to a zoo and made an object of study, it has been made into a document. It has become physical evidence being use by those who study it. Indeed, scholarly articles written about the antelope are secondary documents, since the antelope itself is the primary document.” This opinion has been interprete as an early expression of actor–network theory.
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