Posts Tagged 'digital preservation'

¡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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Notes from THATCamp Museums NYC

I went to an unconference. But I did not unenjoy it. In fact, it was great! One of my The Signal posts while I was at LC. Notes from THATCamp Museums NYC

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Notes from THATCamp Museums NYC

I went to an unconference. But I did not unenjoy it. In fact, it was great! One of my The Signal posts while I was at LC. Notes from THATCamp Museums NYC

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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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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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The Big Digital Sleep

Written during a blog title-ing phase where I apparently either went for jokey titles or for literary references. This one achieves neither and doesn’t really make any sense, but “the digital big sleep” would have sounded like an ebook. The

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The Big Digital Sleep

Written during a blog title-ing phase where I apparently either went for jokey titles or for literary references. This one achieves neither and doesn’t really make any sense, but “the digital big sleep” would have sounded like an ebook. The

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Partly Cloudy: Trends in Distributed and Remote Preservation Storage – More Results from the NDSA Storage Survey

I just couldn’t bring myself to call it “Partly Cloudy with a chance of RAID.” Also, more brown charts! Partly Cloudy: Trends in Distributed and Remote Preservation Storage – More Results from the NDSA Storage Survey

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Partly Cloudy: Trends in Distributed and Remote Preservation Storage – More Results from the NDSA Storage Survey

I just couldn’t bring myself to call it “Partly Cloudy with a chance of RAID.” Also, more brown charts! Partly Cloudy: Trends in Distributed and Remote Preservation Storage – More Results from the NDSA Storage Survey

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