Posts Tagged 'born-digital archives'

When in Eternal Links to Time Thou Grow’st

When in Eternal Links to Time Thou Grow’st I wrote this post for the Archive-It blog, but I figured I would post it here too, mostly because it was fun to research and to dig through the 2800+ collections (well,

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When in Eternal Links to Time Thou Grow’st

When in Eternal Links to Time Thou Grow’st I wrote this post for the Archive-It blog, but I figured I would post it here too, mostly because it was fun to research and to dig through the 2800+ collections (well,

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Disrespect des Fonds

My piece for Archive Journal, “Disrespect des Fonds: Rethinking Arrangement and Description in Born-Digital Archives“ is now posted online. I owe a big thanks to the editors and to my friends that gave feedback (all of whom I have thanked personally,

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Disrespect des Fonds

My piece for Archive Journal, “Disrespect des Fonds: Rethinking Arrangement and Description in Born-Digital Archives“ is now posted online. I owe a big thanks to the editors and to my friends that gave feedback (all of whom I have thanked personally,

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Reframing Art Resources for the Digital Age

Reframing Art Resources for the Digital Age: An Interview with Stephen Bury & Lily Pregill of the New York Art Resources Consortium Another post for The Signal, this time with some of the great folks at The Frick / NYARC.

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Reframing Art Resources for the Digital Age

Reframing Art Resources for the Digital Age: An Interview with Stephen Bury & Lily Pregill of the New York Art Resources Consortium Another post for The Signal, this time with some of the great folks at The Frick / NYARC.

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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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The Artifactual Elements of Born-Digital Records, Part 2

The difficulties with concision make themselves apparent in this two-part blog post. The Artifactual Elements of Born-Digital Records, Part 2 Featured image: “Thomas Jefferson’s Library,” by mkoukoullis, on Flickr

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The Artifactual Elements of Born-Digital Records, Part 2

The difficulties with concision make themselves apparent in this two-part blog post. The Artifactual Elements of Born-Digital Records, Part 2 Featured image: “Thomas Jefferson’s Library,” by mkoukoullis, on Flickr

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The Artifactual Elements of Born-Digital Records, Part 1

My first real post for The Signal. The memories are almost artifactual! The Artifactual Elements of Born-Digital Records, Part 1 Featured image: “Computer History Museum,” by David Glover, on Flickr

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The Artifactual Elements of Born-Digital Records, Part 1

My first real post for The Signal. The memories are almost artifactual! The Artifactual Elements of Born-Digital Records, Part 1 Featured image: “Computer History Museum,” by David Glover, on Flickr

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