Slack needs a preview or "play once" option for animated emojis. I have all animation turned off but sometimes I'll use a random custom emoji that might be animated and I have no idea if it conveys a different meaning than the still version

A January 1978 version of Zork (slightly later than the previous one) is now online: 🔦 archivesspace.mit.edu/reposito

chuckling to myself after having to type the command 'rm -r karen'

The schedule is out and registration is now open for the BitCurator Users Forum 2020! 💾 🖥️ 🌵 Enjoy the dry heat of Arizona virtually bitcuratorconsortium.org/bitcu

US archivist: "Hey, I'm going to SAA"
French archivist: "You don't have to be such a try hard"

"The torrent of paper data led at least one health department to request additional forces. Washington State recently brought in 25 members of the National Guard to assist with manual data entry for results not reported electronically." nytimes.com/2020/07/13/upshot/

Just a Regular Joe working on some Regular Expressions

Researchers be like "I know (discovered) a spot" and then show you a catalog entry from 1994.

racist computing terminology 

Slightly bothered that museum isn't spelled "mueseum" so it can be a cool palindrome

I love the stylized way Lisa Peattie wrote her name on this floppy

CoBox looks like a really promising thing for p2p backups and personal digital archiving, built on dat/hypercore cobox.cloud

Saw someone tweet about this personal computer pop-up book on the birbsite a few weeks back and had to buy myself a copy byte.co/b/JFFEeOCP45M

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