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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Visualizations and Digital Collections

Another post for NDIIPP’s The Signal blog. Visualizations and Digital Collections. I put together a panel at the upcoming MARAC Spring 2013 conference on Data Visualization and Archives and a couple of the projects mentioned in the blog post will

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Visualizations and Digital Collections

Another post for NDIIPP’s The Signal blog. Visualizations and Digital Collections. I put together a panel at the upcoming MARAC Spring 2013 conference on Data Visualization and Archives and a couple of the projects mentioned in the blog post will

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Digital Humanities & Cultural Heritage

I wrote a blog post for the dh+lib website. I’m not entirely sure what my post is about (I have an idea, but I doubt I captured it all that well in the word-blurbing), but whatever the case, I’m excited to

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Digital Humanities & Cultural Heritage

I wrote a blog post for the dh+lib website. I’m not entirely sure what my post is about (I have an idea, but I doubt I captured it all that well in the word-blurbing), but whatever the case, I’m excited to

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Imagine What We’ll Know This Time Next Week: An Interview with Bailey Smith and Anne Wootton of Pop Up Archive

A fun interview with great folks doing a great project. A post for The Signal. Imagine What We’ll Know This Time Next Week: An Interview with Bailey Smith and Anne Wootton of Pop Up Archive Featured image: “Radio studio. Desk in

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Imagine What We’ll Know This Time Next Week: An Interview with Bailey Smith and Anne Wootton of Pop Up Archive

A fun interview with great folks doing a great project. A post for The Signal. Imagine What We’ll Know This Time Next Week: An Interview with Bailey Smith and Anne Wootton of Pop Up Archive Featured image: “Radio studio. Desk in

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Notes on D-Lib Article on Visual Interfaces to Digital Collections

The article that I co-wrote with Trevor Owens of LC and Lauren Algee of National Gallery of Art is now available in the November/December 2012 D-Lib Magazine. Article doi: 10.1045/november2012-algee. The article is titled “Viewshare and the Kress Collection: Creating, Sharing, and

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Notes on D-Lib Article on Visual Interfaces to Digital Collections

The article that I co-wrote with Trevor Owens of LC and Lauren Algee of National Gallery of Art is now available in the November/December 2012 D-Lib Magazine. Article doi: 10.1045/november2012-algee. The article is titled “Viewshare and the Kress Collection: Creating, Sharing, and

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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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Get Your Bits Off

[Ed. note: I'm going to start posting my non-work blog posts here mostly because it gives me the appearance of being more productive than I actually am, but also because my site has, as I joke, infinite scrolling for finite

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Get Your Bits Off

[Ed. note: I'm going to start posting my non-work blog posts here mostly because it gives me the appearance of being more productive than I actually am, but also because my site has, as I joke, infinite scrolling for finite

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Prognosticating Digital Preservation Infrastructure: Final Results from the NDSA Storage Survey

Wrapping up the Storage Survey AND getting the word “prognosticating” into a blog title! One of my The Signal posts while I was at LC. Prognosticating Digital Preservation Infrastructure: Final Results from the NDSA Storage Survey

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Prognosticating Digital Preservation Infrastructure: Final Results from the NDSA Storage Survey

Wrapping up the Storage Survey AND getting the word “prognosticating” into a blog title! One of my The Signal posts while I was at LC. Prognosticating Digital Preservation Infrastructure: Final Results from the NDSA Storage Survey

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