As the first state government archives in the United States to make the e-mails of a previous administration freely available to the public online, we hope our project will generate some buzz about electronic records, archiving in the digital world, open government, and all that jazz.
Looking to join the conversation? Check below to see what's been making our ears burn recently, and then add your voice to the fray! #kaineemail
To get a taste of the collection content, be sure to check out the Library's series of Kaine email posts at the Out of the Box blog.
first in a series of posts spotlighting recently released email from Governor Tim Kaine’s administration (2006-2010) http://t.co/qjcYJjxbKW— KatieSilverSpring (@KatieSilverSpri) January 27, 2014
Library of VA describes how they processed 1.3 million emails from Gov. Kaine collection. That's a lot of emails! http://t.co/F0VYjiHYHz— MDOR (@mdor_tweets) January 24, 2014
A milestone in government transparency happened yesterday. The Library of Virginia made the first batch of email... http://t.co/NwZSncxrWv— Utah State Library (@StateLibrary) January 14, 2014
"So, you think you want to browse all 66,422 emails in the Kaine Email Collection, eh? Well, maybe not." http://t.co/PMwemYS9jg [help page]— Andrew Berger (@andrewjbtw) January 14, 2014
thoughts about the Tim Kaine email archive made available on the Web yesterday by the Library of Virginia http://t.co/9IgPkL2YeQ— Ed Summers (@edsu) January 14, 2014