Yesterday was the first annual Day of Digital Archives. The Day was created to raise awareness about the nature of digital archives and digital archival material. The tweets from the day were archived using Twapper Keeper and be read here.
There was also a number of great blog posts done for the event. Some of my favourite posts included: Day in the Life: Digital Archives Educator, The Challenge of Choices, and Gilderoy Lockhart's Guide to Archiving the Sugar Quill (yes, that is a Harry Potter reference). Overall the day spurred a lot of great reading focusing on the different methods used to begin handing born digital material, the importance of archiving digital formats, and the importance of saving born digital material.