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Apocalypse Bit: Disaster Mythologies and Digital Preservation

Attempting to meet the challenge of putting a positive spin on a spate of trollish public comments received at outreach events and presentations. I’m a tiny bit proud of this one, as it partially originated in a challenge voiced in

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Apocalypse Bit: Disaster Mythologies and Digital Preservation

Attempting to meet the challenge of putting a positive spin on a spate of trollish public comments received at outreach events and presentations. I’m a tiny bit proud of this one, as it partially originated in a challenge voiced in

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Web Archiving Arrives: Results from the NDSA Web Archiving Survey

More results from the web archiving survey. Another post for The Signal. Web Archiving Arrives: Results form the NDSA Web Archiving Survey  

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Web Archiving Arrives: Results from the NDSA Web Archiving Survey

More results from the web archiving survey. Another post for The Signal. Web Archiving Arrives: Results form the NDSA Web Archiving Survey  

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Usability and Analytics in Libraries, Archives, and Museums

I crammed a lot of stuff into this post and probably mis-used a lot of terminology in the process. Shuo Yang did some great work analyzing The Signal web stats and I wish he had been able to stay longer and

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Usability and Analytics in Libraries, Archives, and Museums

I crammed a lot of stuff into this post and probably mis-used a lot of terminology in the process. Shuo Yang did some great work analyzing The Signal web stats and I wish he had been able to stay longer and

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Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums with Wikipedia (GLAM-Wiki): Insights Interview with Lori Phillips

This was a fun interview and Lori and the whole #glamwiki crew is great. Everybody should wiki. Why aren’t you wiki-ing right now! (Another post for The Signal) Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums with Wikipedia (GLAM-Wiki): Insights Interview with Lori Phillips

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Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums with Wikipedia (GLAM-Wiki): Insights Interview with Lori Phillips

This was a fun interview and Lori and the whole #glamwiki crew is great. Everybody should wiki. Why aren’t you wiki-ing right now! (Another post for The Signal) Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums with Wikipedia (GLAM-Wiki): Insights Interview with Lori Phillips

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Pass it On: Library of Congress Events for Preservation Week 2012

The title says it all! Me and some other NDIIPPers did some outreach/workshop events on personal digital archiving at local public libraries during Preservation Week. Tried to organize some events with other D.C. institutions but they didn’t mostly return my

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Pass it On: Library of Congress Events for Preservation Week 2012

The title says it all! Me and some other NDIIPPers did some outreach/workshop events on personal digital archiving at local public libraries during Preservation Week. Tried to organize some events with other D.C. institutions but they didn’t mostly return my

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Notes from WebWise 2012

Conference notes. Including a picture of Trevor Owens during his presentation that got cropped (not by me) in an amusing fashion so that it looks like he is pointing to the paragraph text. Good times. Notes from WebWise 2012 Not

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Notes from WebWise 2012

Conference notes. Including a picture of Trevor Owens during his presentation that got cropped (not by me) in an amusing fashion so that it looks like he is pointing to the paragraph text. Good times. Notes from WebWise 2012 Not

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Written in Stone, Sanford Levinson

Levinson, a law professor at UT-Austin, has written a slim, contemplative book – more an extended essay, really – on the construction of social meaning in our public spaces, especially through monuments and memorials; or, as he puts it in

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Written in Stone, Sanford Levinson

Levinson, a law professor at UT-Austin, has written a slim, contemplative book – more an extended essay, really – on the construction of social meaning in our public spaces, especially through monuments and memorials; or, as he puts it in

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File Fixity and Digital Preservation – More Results from the NDSA Storage Survey

I just couldn’t bring myself to use Thomas Padilla’s fantastic title of “Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself” though I bet the blog editors would have let me. Another The Signal post. The Storage Survey analysis was really a group

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File Fixity and Digital Preservation – More Results from the NDSA Storage Survey

I just couldn’t bring myself to use Thomas Padilla’s fantastic title of “Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself” though I bet the blog editors would have let me. Another The Signal post. The Storage Survey analysis was really a group

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