The times they are a-changing

Calico cat grabbing computer keyboardAs a former collections manager it shouldn’t have come as a surprise that if you leave a blog mainly unattended for nearly 4 years it gathers dust. Well, not real dust, more… virtual dust?

Google discontinued its RSS subscription management service and it took me a while to discover that the updates weren’t delivered via mail anymore, so you might have missed my post asking about what you missed in Managing Previous Unmanaged Collections and what should be incorporated in the next edition.

After some research, I found a Feedburner alternative in So, if you receive updates from a different service, now, it is because of that. I hope it works well, if it doesn’t, please let me know.

The next thing that has been on my to-do list for years was finding a theme that works well on mobile devices. This was rather time-consuming and I lost the language-sensitive header and some of the look-and-feel in the process, but I hope this one works well for you. Feedback about it is also appreciated.

Finally, I will probably not be as active as I was a few years back, too many things have changed, but this blog is still around, so if you got interesting stories or articles concerning our profession to share, please, get in touch!

Take care!



2 thoughts on “The times they are a-changing”

  1. Angela, it is so nice to see you back! Thanks for sending this, indeed I had not seenthe other message.

    I’ll have to re-read your book to see if I have any suggestions. In the meantime, I would like to say that your book is gaining popularity in the world of film archives, and that’s a very good thing – there are so few books with a practical and pragmatic approach to collection management!

    I’m looking forward to read your posts, even if they are not so frequent as they used to be.

    1. Hi Catherine,
      oh, that’s so great to hear it becomes popular within film archives. If you know somebody who might be willing to share a real world example for the next edition, I would be delighted to include it. Also, whatever input you might have to include for those special cases, this would be appreciated.

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