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Digitizing “Back to the Future”

One of the best parts about working here is that we get to see cool stuff every week, and we recently completed another really neat project. Creekside Digital was selected to digitize the original screen-used Hill Valley Telegraph newspaper prop from the movie “Back to the Future” that Michael J. Fox’s character pulls out of a …

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Win this Print at PaLA!

On July 15, 1863, Matthew Brady and his photographic outfit captured this iconic image of three unnamed Confederate prisoners of war. Taken on Seminary Ridge at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, just a few hundred yards from both General Lee’s headquarters and the Lutheran Theological Seminary, this photograph is acknowledged to be one of the finest records of …

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More Exhibits — FLA and MLA 2012

I can confirm that Creekside Digital will be exhibiting at the Florida Library Association 2012 Conference on April 19-20, 2012 in Orlando, FL, as well as the Maryland (and Delaware) Library Association 2012 Conference on May 10-11 in Ocean City, MD.  Our list of conference and trade show appearances is growing — stay tuned for …

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Creekside Digital to Exhibit at MARAC Spring 2012 Meeting

Creekside Digital will be exhibiting at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference Spring 2012 Meeting in Cape May, New Jersey.  The conference is April 12-14 and we will be exhibiting on Friday, April 13th from 8 AM until 5 PM.  Stop by and see us!

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New Database of Subtrates Used for Giclée Printmaking

In an effort to assist our customers in evaluating the enormous number of fine art papers, photo papers, and canvas used to make giclée prints, we’ve photographed over 70 substrates and built a massive database of these products. You can filter the database by type of substrate, manufacturer, blend, and texture, and then rapidly sort …

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Creekside Digital Sponsors LYRASIS 2011 eGathering Annual Member Meeting

We are pleased to be an official sponsor of the LYRASIS 2011 Annual Member Meeting.  We’re now in the second year of our partnership with LYRASIS, whose Mass Digitization Collaborative Program has allowed us to deliver terabytes of data and millions of files digitized from microfilm to LYRASIS member institutions nationwide.  Now more than ever, …

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Price Drop on Small Microfilm Orders

Effective October 31, 2011, Creekside Digital has revised its Small Order Microfilm Scanning pricing, which offers flat per-roll pricing for orders up to 20 rolls. Current Flat-Rate Pricing for Small Orders # of Rolls Price / Roll 1 $149 2 – 5 $119 6 – 10 $99 11 – 20 $89 *For OCR, add $29 …

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Creekside Digital is Exhibiting at PaLA 2011

If you’re attending PaLA 2011, the Pennsylvania Library Association’s Annual Conference in early October, please stop by and visit us!  We’re at booth #309 from 12:00 noon – 5:00 PM on Monday, October 3, and 9:30 AM – 2:00 PM on Tuesday, October 4.  It will be our first time exhibiting at PaLA, which this …

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Great Email from one of our Fine Art Reproduction Customers

Howdy folks: I wanted to pass along this email from one of our new fine art reproduction customers, with her permission: Hello Jim: I just received the 8×10 proof “Lakeside Chapel.”  I cannot tell you how very pleased I am, except to say I am overjoyed with the job you guys did!  This is the …

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A little bit of website maintenance, and gallery wraps galore!

Greetings: It’s another hot summer day here in Glen Arm: 97 degrees and rainforest-like. We have two larger microfilm digitization jobs which we’re currently seeing through, both of which should be ready to ship by next week.  I spent part of today hiding inside in the AC, revising and refitting a lot of the content …

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We brought about 283,000 #digitized #newspaper pages online in less than a month. These are all browsable and searchable on Creekside Digital's digitalREADER platform. We're closing in on a million pages hosted for our customers. Look at all those shares - people are using the site like crazy! ... See MoreSee Less

News Release 2015 - 142 August 3, 2015 2:45 p.m. Digitized Newspapers Now Available Online Full editions of The Enterprise and Saint Mary’s Beacon now available on Library’s website Leonardtown, MD – The St. Mary’s County Library is excited to announce the availability of digitized newspapers on the St. Mary’s County Library website, www.stmalib.org. Full editions of The Enterprise from 1952 to present, and the Saint Mary’s Beacon from 1923 – 1984 are available for the public to search from anywhere with internet access. Customers can search by keyword the entire collection of The Enterprise or the Saint Mary’s Beacon at one time. It is also possible to search individual editions or years. Sara Stephenson, Virtual Services Coordinator for St. Mary’s County Library, has been instrumental in this project. “Initially, those who wanted to access historical St. Mary’s County newspapers had to do so in person via a microfilm reader at the Lexington Park Library,” she explained. “Then, in the fall of 2014 we were able to provide searchable digital files on computers at all three library branches. Today, we are excited to make available a searchable archive that researchers can access from anywhere they have an internet connection. This resource will allow both local residents and those researching St. Mary’s County from afar to access valuable information about our county and its history.” The transition from microfilm to searchable digital files was completed in 2014 by St. Mary’s County Library staff in partnership with Balance Imaging Solutions, LLC; The Enterprise and Post Community Media, LLC; St. Mary’s College of Maryland Library, St. Mary’s County Library Board’s Midge Cannetti Fund; St. Mary’s County Historical Society and St. Mary’s County Genealogical Society. Once the newspapers were digitized, the Library Board contracted with Creekside Digital from Glen Arm, Md. to create a searchable, online database. Jim Studnicki, owner of Creekside Digital, has partnered with the Library to create an easy to use product for customers in St. Mary’s County and beyond. “The Library Board is proud to have been able to allocate a portion of the library’s operating budget for this very important local history project,” said Joan Springer, Library Board President. “We are committed to funding the ongoing costs to maintain this service.”

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