Just a Regular Joe working on some Regular Expressions

Researchers be like "I know (discovered) a spot" and then show you a catalog entry from 1994.

racist computing terminology 

Slightly bothered that museum isn't spelled "mueseum" so it can be a cool palindrome

I love the stylized way Lisa Peattie wrote her name on this floppy

CoBox looks like a really promising thing for p2p backups and personal digital archiving, built on dat/hypercore cobox.cloud

Saw someone tweet about this personal computer pop-up book on the birbsite a few weeks back and had to buy myself a copy byte.co/b/JFFEeOCP45M

TIL "Just before the surrender of U.S. forces, the records were buried to prevent capture and were retrieved after the U.S. forces reoccupied the Philippines in 1945." saa-ts-dacs.github.io/dacs/06_

Does anyone have examples of Libraries/Archives that have released source code from archival collections on GitHub?

This is working pretty well on images created by our CS department in the 90s/2000s of their old timeshare machine tapes. If you find yourself in this weird situation like me, check it out. I've been in touch with the developer and he's added some handling for duplicate files and sym links digipres.club/@joe/10348320247

Put in an inquiry as to whether I can transfer my remaining professional development funds for FY20 to something like the Harold T. Pinkett Student of Color Award or Brenda Banks Travel Award. I doubt the money can be reallocated in that way, but it's worth a shot

switched my Zoom date format to ISO-8601 and you should too

Whelp, MIT Libraries one up'd the Institute by banning all sponsored domestic and international travel until May

Of course IIPC is the very last week of MIT's new ban on sponsored international travel 😞

Good afternoon to everyone except fixity digest checking tools unable to parse different line endings 😫

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