Join us if you'd like to attend and/or help to organize a climate grief event in Austin around the edges of the SAA/CoSA meeting http://landscapelibrarian.com/climate-grief
An example of the problem with crowdsourced tagging with no review. My favorite tag is "CHECK OUT MY SOUNDCLOUD FAM ITS FIRE AF MAN YOULL BURN YOUR HANDS IF YOU TOUCH IT (LIT AF) http://edgerton-digital-collections.org/?s=hee-nc-57001#hee-nc-57001
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
Web archivist for IA
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