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 https://digipres.club/@joe/103483202475290365
I really like the idea of releasing oral histories as podcast: https://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/series/oxford-women-computing-oral-history
In today's installment of abandoned websites we look at semantic web technology: http://simile.mit.edu/
And with warc upload to Archive-It, you can enjoy the DSpace Federation website from 2007 in your own home: https://wayback.archive-it.org/8271/20070604174552/http://dspace.org/
Warcit continues to be a wonderful resource for warcing up old static website files you've got laying around https://github.com/webrecorder/warcit
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 https://archivesspace.mit.edu/repositories/2/resources/761
General advice on running this tool?
https://github.com/PDP-10/itstar I'm not too familiar with running C programs. I've tried running it as the readme suggests but either no command is found or it says "input/output error." I've also tried compiling it using gcc but that produces a number of "undefined reference" errors. I'm using Ubuntu btw
I asked Flickr if they could provide me with any info on the company's environmental sustainability plans, they pointed me to this link: https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/sustainability/
I am so confused why this designer sent me their talk on typography? "Hi Joe, here's the link:" ... thank you? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4w59IJzKEk0
and ended up finding this first 🤨 > https://www.amazon.com/Floppy-Funny-Running-Shoes-Lightweight/dp/B079N8KHQV
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