Last year, I wrote about an early, no-longer-existent website that was influential to young me for this “Museum of The Lost Web” project http://allegrarosenberg.com/school/mlw-project/stories/ashley-blewer 😍🖥
If you DO have a Soundcloud, etc., consider checking out Preserve This Podcast http://preservethispodcast.org/ and learning more about what you might do to preserve your own files.
Kim should've been rate limited, typing out lyrics that fast https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXIX9kCQmfs
Does anyone have readings off the top of their head along the lines of "don't refer to computers as 'magic' because it obscures the human decisions and biases and labor that go into making technology"
I want to start picking this bone and would like to be able to point immediately to more well-thought-out arguments ;)
“Content providers like Microsoft, Google, Facebook and Amazon now own or lease more than half of the undersea bandwidth” https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/03/10/technology/internet-cables-oceans.html
Hi! Here's the syllabus I made for the Introduction to Web Archiving course I taught recently: https://docs.google.com/document/d/11qzF1RlclqjHw5YgzXg4yq5ELPsqRJNVzK-heZuv5MI/edit?usp=sharing
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Was inspecting the #NYTimes website today with Firefox DevTools. Using the React tools you can see the internal state of the app, as "props." I don't know too much about how the ads work on the web dev side of things, but can see what emotions are being targeted to me.
Here are the tags I was given for reading an article on Amazon in NYC:
Now watching Karen Sandler and Bradley Kuhn's talk at FOSDEM 2019 titled "Can Anyone Live in Full Software Freedom Today?"
I can strongly relate to Bradley Kuhn's experiences.
I wonder if there's even one person in the world who lives in full software freedom, which includes not outsourcing your proprietary software needs to others (which I'm quite guilty of, myself).
This rules. Check it out: https://beakerbrowser.com/docs/guides/create-a-markdown-site
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