Our IT department should make these again I do believe. Circa the early 1990s

What do I need?
- A 3.5-inch computer disk
- A butter knife

very glad to see this still on the web: exploratorium.edu/science_expl

And processing can wait
Cause it's never too late with MPLP
Your docs hide away
But don't look back in anger, old colleagues say

Also I feel like lumping all tweets into one untagged document may cause some more issues too

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Regardless your views on PDF, it does support alt text and archive.social would be better if it could capture it archive.social/static/example.

Sure you could hollow out a book to hide cash or a weapon, but why not a SyQuest cartridge?

Thank you thesis binders of 1995

Starting my own fork of mastodon called Webster where I just find and replace all versions of "favourite" with "favorite"

amusing spam 

Whelp, Springshare is experiencing a DDoS attack today 👀

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Alerted via RSS that Jefferson Bailey, Director of Data and Archiving Services at the Internet Archive, either let his domain registration lapse or got really into Tarot jeffersonbailey.com/

amusing spam 

"PLEASE FoRWARD THIS EMAIL To S0ME0NE IN YoUR CoMPANY WHo iS ALLoWED To MAKE IMPORTANT DECISIoNS!

We have hacked your website libguides.mit.edu and extracted y0ur databases."

I'm afraid this instance is quite operational... welcome to those just trying it out!

"On the more hopeful side, the Text Encoding Initiative has maintained international standards for encoding machine-­readable texts since the 1990s." Is this really the biggest bright spot 😑 technologyreview.com/2022/10/2

V. interested in this hypercard program about sludge: "The Boston Harbor Sewage Stack" news.mit.edu/1992/sludge-1007

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