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Link Rot: Overruled! The Variable Geometries of Preserving the Web

[Cross-posting from the Archive-It blog, where we belatedly featured this. Scroll down for the audio-video!] Back in October, Georgetown University Law Library hosted a one-day symposium, “404/File Not Found:
Link Rot, Legal Citation and Projects to Preserve Precedent,” that featured an

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Link Rot: Overruled! The Variable Geometries of Preserving the Web

[Cross-posting from the Archive-It blog, where we belatedly featured this. Scroll down for the audio-video!] Back in October, Georgetown University Law Library hosted a one-day symposium, “404/File Not Found:
Link Rot, Legal Citation and Projects to Preserve Precedent,” that featured an

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Digital Preservation for the People!

Another post for NDIIPP’s The Signal blog. Digital Preservation for the People! Big thanks to the BPL Info Commons for letting me do a workshop.

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Digital Preservation for the People!

Another post for NDIIPP’s The Signal blog. Digital Preservation for the People! Big thanks to the BPL Info Commons for letting me do a workshop.

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Personal Digital Archives & the Digital Humanities

In my ongoing efforts to talk archives to non-archival crowds (as well as get better at public speaking in general), I presented a brief talk at a DH roundtable event that was part of the Practices of Memory Graduate English

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Personal Digital Archives & the Digital Humanities

In my ongoing efforts to talk archives to non-archival crowds (as well as get better at public speaking in general), I presented a brief talk at a DH roundtable event that was part of the Practices of Memory Graduate English

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¡Preservationistas! Online Communities, Activist Preservation, and Born-Digital Archives

These are the slides and notes from my presentation with Thomas Padilla at the Archives and Activism symposium put on by the Archivist Round Table of Metropolitan New York at The New School in NYC on Friday, October 12, 2012.

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¡Preservationistas! Online Communities, Activist Preservation, and Born-Digital Archives

These are the slides and notes from my presentation with Thomas Padilla at the Archives and Activism symposium put on by the Archivist Round Table of Metropolitan New York at The New School in NYC on Friday, October 12, 2012.

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