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11 March 2014 Music
The British Library is delighted to host this year's Annual Study Day of the Plainsong and Medieval Music Society, on Saturday 29 March 2014. Open to all with free admission, this day will provide a major showcase of some of...
11 March 2014 Innovation and enterprise
How do you ensure that your organisation’s valuable intellectual property is not being misused, copied or redistributed by others? And what rights and remedies do you have if a third party has been illegally using your intellectual property? And on...
11 March 2014 UK Web Archive
When Tim Berners-Lee submitted a proposal in March 1989 for a "distributed hypertext system", his supervisor Mike Sendall commented: "Vague, but exciting". The Web is 25 years old today, no longer vague, still exciting. We feel a sense of pride...
11 March 2014 The Newsroom
We are delighted to be playing host to Emily Bell, Professor of Professional Practice & Director, Tow Center for Digital Journalism at the University of Columbia and previously director of digital content for Guardian News and Media. She is delivering...
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