I heard y'all like term-limited preservation jobs, right? https://uscareers-nyu.icims.com/jobs/5883/project-mgr.-for-enhancing-services-to-preserve-new-forms-of-scholarship/job
Last year, I wrote about an early, no-longer-existent website that was influential to young me for this “Museum of The Lost Web” project http://allegrarosenberg.com/school/mlw-project/stories/ashley-blewer 😍🖥
Been a long time coming and I'm super stoked to finally share some bilingual web archives and outreach:
Thanks to Natalie Baur for being that kind of collaborator we all aspire to be in digital archives and libraries.
My most frequently visited Wikipedia article by a longshot: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_web_browsers
“This economic stratification of digital library communities is counter to the radical, social justice spirit in which these initiatives were originally launched.”
Straight 🔥 all the way down
When teens web archive: https://archive-it.org/collections/3003
"THE NEW BEST PANTS. SPENDY. BUT ALL GIRLS WANT MORE AND MORE."
@sabrams this makes me so happy
Straight DSHR 🔥 as always https://blog.dshr.org/2018/11/ithakas-perspective-on-digital.html
This early case study has everything I love about our Community Webs project, addressing archival gaps and silences in public history collections with web archiving: https://archive-it.org/blog/post/make-it-weird/
Web archivist for IA
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