Putting some born-digital material into our terrible DSpace repo! It's all we've got so it's good enough until we reach that mythical replacement access system ❣ https://archivesspace.mit.edu/repositories/2/archival_objects/312392
The scanned source code for ELIZA is now publically available and CC0 (the first I'm hearing of this lolsob) https://sites.google.com/view/elizagen-org/the-original-eliza
Onion routing turns 25 this month. 🎂
You’re invited to celebrate this moment with us to talk about the beginnings of onion routing & how this idea became Tor.
🗓️ Mark your calendar: Wed., May 26, 18:00 UTC / 14:00 Eastern / 11:00 Pacific
Before it was the MIT Media Lab it was the Architecture Machine Group, here's some pics of their office: https://dome.mit.edu/handle/1721.3/189520
This one is the best, and even better is I don't *think* it's Negroponte https://dome.mit.edu/bitstream/handle/1721.3/189520/ref131_f0m_004_recto.jpg?sequence=7&isAllowed=y
new 🔸 tiny 🔸 website! https://carrano.org/
Baby's first floppy disk virus found! > https://malware-history.fandom.com/wiki/Joshi
TIL MIT has an enterprise app for surplus inventory management. There are a total of 10 users and each user gets a ranking based on activity. Requested a Iomega Jaz drive that was posted 2 years ago, I am now ranked 7th in the app. #HappyEarthDay
Documentation never ends but I guess it's good to share! Here's our combo digital/physical processing manual if curious about "the way we do it here": https://wikis.mit.edu/confluence/x/bBiuC
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