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Tagged with “digital preservation” (38)

  1. Internet Archive Founder Brewster Kahle on Preserving Knowledge and Affordable Housing

    Brewster Kahle wants all knowledge to be accessible digitally. He has worked for over 25 years to make that dream a reality. Kahle is the founder of the Internet Archive, a free online library that preserves books, movies, music, software and even websites via its Wayback Machine. Today, Kahle is also trying to apply open source principles to ease the Bay Area housing crisis. He joins us as part of our First Person series, which highlights the leaders and innovators who make the Bay Area unique.

    https://www.popuparchive.com/collections/3246/items/44451

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  2. Backing Up the World Wide Web - Science Friday

    The average lifespan of a web page is 100 days. In an era of thousands of quickly changing websites, blog posts, and tweets, how can we archive the web and all other digital content? Digital librarian Brewster Kahle and historian Abby Smith Rumsey discuss what it takes to save old websites—and the entire Internet—and what society might lose if we don’t.

    http://www.sciencefriday.com/segments/backing-up-the-world-wide-web/

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  3. Kyle Drake - Making the Web Permanent

    Kyle Drake’s talk at Seattle IPFS Meetup July 24 2015

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/137657331
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  4. Brewster Kahle - Lock The Web Open

    Talk by Brewster Kahle at the Ford Foundation NetGain Event on February 11, 2015. Talk written out.

    https://archive.org/details/bresterkahlenetgain

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  5. Artifacts (redux) | Benjamen Walker’s Theory of Everything

    Photographer Robert Burley takes pictures of the end of analog for his book The Disappearance Of Darkness. Christine Frohnert and Christiane Paul explain why it is difficult to care for digital artworks and Social Media theorist Nathan Jurgenson wants us to understand what is truly revolutionary about ephemeral photographs and platforms like Snapchat.

    http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/toe/p/cdn.toe.prx.org/wp-content/uploads/toe49artifactsredux.mp3

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    https://toe.prx.org/2015/08/artifacts-redux/

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  6. The Digital Human, Series 7: Silt

    Aleks Krotoski explores if we have all become digital hoarders. When our digital junk drawers are bigger than we can comprehend, do we lose the sense of what is worth keeping?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05v7tjt

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  7. Adactio: Journal — Web! What is it good for?

    Not absolutely nothing, but not absolutely everything either.

    https://adactio.com/journal/9016

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  8. Digital Dark Age – On The Media

    On this week’s episode of On the Media, we’re engaging in some chillingly informed speculation: what would happen if we, as a species, lost access to our electronic records? What if, either by the slow creep of technological obsolescence or sudden cosmic disaster, we no longer could draw from the well of of knowledge accrued through the ages? What if we fell into…a digital dark age?

    http://www.onthemedia.org/story/digital-dark-age/

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  9. Jason Scott at Digikult 2015

    Schrödinger’s Hard Drive: Everything is Saved Forever, Except Where it is Utterly Lost

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1L1EIUIjBfk


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  10. Archiving The Internet with Jason Scott on The Web Ahead

    The Internet Archive is a treasure trove of digitized culture — films, software, audio, websites and more. How it it being collected, and how might the Internet Archive be our best hope for preserving the history of this era, as we invent the web? Jason Scott joins Jen Simmons to talk about the challenges of archiving in the digital age.

    http://thewebahead.net/97

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