Archive-It partners: HMU if you're so excited for 🌈 WASAPI💫 that you 🅰️ know what that is, and 🅱️ want a comments-welcome preview of the docs

Happy first anniversary to being called a Russian op by Joy Reid. Web archives, folk. They're real

Baby's first commit to Wayback master!! 🎉 It only took me 3.5 years 😅 Watch out now

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and just reminds me of the absolute brilliance and innovation from preteen/teens girls on the internet circa y2k, and how so many of us got discouraged from and pushed out of making careers out of this tech knowledge

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the stackoverflow "homage to the 90s" being so femme just reinforces to me how much of a coded-"neutral male" the space is, and reads to me that the feminine is meant to be a source of ridicule

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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 😍🖥

My rapper name is gstatic. This is a web archiving joke. Byeeee

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.

“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:


Listening to Carly Rae Jepsen and fixing thousands of Wix archives like a fucking boss tgif 🎶 🖥️ 💃 🎶

There is never, ever a time at which MPOW owes me less than $1K in reimbursements. It's hard y'all.

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:

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