I'd like to think my adding info about Aldous Huxley's MIT lectures on his Wikipedia last fall caused someone to request access recently archivesspace.mit.edu/reposito

Some guy with a similar name to me has applied for 3 jobs recently but has used my email address... I assume this is from a typo and not identity theft 🤔

General advice on running this tool? 

Now I'm seeing more than 2 tweets in the METS 🤔

I was processing some twitter JSON data files through Archivematica and when FITS/ExifTool was run I think it took the data from the first tweet in each file and interpreted it as metadata which in turn was written into the METS data about the file! Weird!

Cisco should make the AnyConnect and Webex logos more dissimilar so I don't start a conference call every time I want to connect to VPN

I asked Flickr if they could provide me with any info on the company's environmental sustainability plans, they pointed me to this link: aws.amazon.com/about-aws/susta

I am so confused why this designer sent me their talk on typography? "Hi Joe, here's the link:" ... thank you? youtube.com/watch?v=4w59IJzKEk

The Dwarves delved too greedily and too deep. You know what they awoke in the darkness of Khazad-dûm:
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

Had our first user of the digital media transfer kits today, 5.25" floppy drive! 🎉 😻

Looking at fixity reports that say "OK MD5 [File name] [Hash]". Which got me thinking, which hashing algorithm would you consider as the equivalent to "Boomer"?

spending checking fixity for the 2nd storage migration in the two years I've been here 💓

Anyone else find overwhelming? Like last year, I'm going to disengage and allot the next few weeks to get through all the blog posts ✌️

TIL the tree command can output an html version of directory trees. Could be useful for researcher browsing!

This event[1] quotes a tweet[2] like it was some sort thing that sparked debate/impact... looking at the tweet it seems largely unrecognized. Quoting and citing is good but I find this instance strange
[1] niso.org/events/2019/11/impact
[2] twitter.com/azaroth42/status/1

I love this: the story behind why the DOS floppy disk read buffer lasts for 2 seconds. devblogs.microsoft.com/oldnewt

This sounds really cool! "The Rutgers-Camden Archive of Digital Ephemera Symposium (R-CADE) provides funds for hands-on research and creative activity with digital technologies. Accepted panels receive up to $1,000 for the purchase of hardware, software, and other materials. This year's theme is 'Repair'" rcade.camden.rutgers.edu/2020s

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