Forbes 5 Mar 2020

What Is Digital Obsolescence And The Internet Archive?


Digital Obsolescence, or ‘Bit Rot' as Vint Cerf likes to call it, is the problem of digital recordings (or digital information) becoming unreadable in the future due to technological advancements over time. Cerf, one of the founding fathers of the internet, explains what's being done about it and what we should be doing to secure our data.

ESPN NBA analyst Mark Jackson joins Scott Van Pelt to talk all things "The Last Dance." Jackson details what made Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls so good and discusses how amazed he was at how many personalities spoke so highly of Jordan and the team.

Alexandra Pichler Fong, Senior Political Affairs Officer within the Policy and Mediation Division in the Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs (DPPA) explains how UN conflict prevention and mediation processes take advantage of the digital revolution and what challenges arise for peace and security work in the digital era.
Laura Rutledge, Marcus Spears and Dan Orlovsky weigh in on what could be at stake for college football and other sports on campus if the season is canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
#GetUp #CollegeFootball

A warning has been issued over increasing cases of children displaying overlapping symptoms of COVID-19 and Kawasaki disease. Here we explain the possible link and the symptoms to look out for.…

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