Soft launch of my command line notes, with an introduction and posts on 'ls' and 'tmux':
Trying to put pressure on myself to keep adding to it. For a while I thought I'd launch with 10 commands, but it turns out I write a lot.
lol @ me thinking a zip drive from Germany would have a US-style power plug, good thing it's modular and I can just swap it out #culturalbias
I'm looking forward to seeing what else comes from this "Future Relics" series https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/neaz3d/airpods-are-a-tragedy
omg this acronym SPAAMFAA http://www.spaamfaa.org/archives/archivist/
One for the floppy crowd - a simple disk imaging workflow tool (basically a simple graphical front-end around dd and ddrescue) https://www.bitsgalore.org/2019/04/10/a-simple-disk-imaging-workflow-tool
Bracing myself should Chomsky's post-MIT archives head my way (birdsite) https://twitter.com/gavinmuellerphd/status/1112786871132749826
Since this is digipres _the club_ perhaps some of y'all will want to present at digipres _the conference_ >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> https://ndsa.org/meetings/
Soft launch of MIT's #webarchiving metadata profile https://github.com/jfcarrano/archives-docs/blob/master/mit_webarch_metaprofile.md
smol bot from birdsite Show more
Attempted to win this digital preservation artifact but got too pricey very quickly https://usm.propstoreauction.com/m/lot-details/index/catalog/164/lot/35409/
happened upon the Blackout History Project this morn http://blackout.gmu.edu/ and this wonderful gif
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