home Uncategorized Inside Internet Archive: 10PB+ of storage in a church… oh, and a little fight to preserve truth

Inside Internet Archive: 10PB+ of storage in a church… oh, and a little fight to preserve truth

At the Internet Archive’s headquarters in San Francisco, California, on Wednesday, technologists, educators, archivists, and others fact-oriented folks gathered to discuss how they and the like-minded can save news from the memory hole.

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home Uncategorized Changing media landscape adds yet another challenge to archivists of born-digital news content

Changing media landscape adds yet another challenge to archivists of born-digital news content

At Dodging the Memory Hole 2017, the changing landscape of the news media underpinned presentations by stakeholders and digital preservation practitioners who think about this issue on a daily basis.

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home Resources and Services Gotta catch ’em all: Archiving digital content such as social media should include linked objects

Gotta catch ’em all: Archiving digital content such as social media should include linked objects

In the digital media world, there’s no guarantee that material that appears one minute will be there the next.

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home Resources and Services Hjalmar Gislason: Keynote speaker: Digital salvage operations — what’s worth saving?

Hjalmar Gislason: Keynote speaker: Digital salvage operations — what’s worth saving?

Self-proclaimed data nerd Hjalmar Gislason is the vice president of data for visual analytics software company Qlik.

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home Resources and Services Dodging the Memory Hole 2017 Call for Contributors

Dodging the Memory Hole 2017 Call for Contributors

The next Dodging the Memory Hole: Saving Online News forum will be held Nov. 15-16 at the Internet Archive in San Francisco.

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home Resources and Services White paper: Two days dedicated to Dodging the Memory Hole

White paper: Two days dedicated to Dodging the Memory Hole

This white paper summarizes the Dodging the Memory Hole 2016: Saving online news event, with overviews of the panels and presentations, and projects produced by groups at the conference as well as student scholarship recipients.

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home Resources and Services Michael Nelson: Presentation: Summarizing archival collections using storytelling techniques

Michael Nelson: Presentation: Summarizing archival collections using storytelling techniques

Dr. Michael Nelson is a professor of computer science at Old Dominion University. Prior to joining ODU, he worked at NASA Langley Research Center from 1991 to 2002.

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home Resources and Services Jennifer Younger: Lightning rounds: Digital preservation: Aggregated, collaborative, Catholic

Jennifer Younger: Lightning rounds: Digital preservation: Aggregated, collaborative, Catholic

In July 2011, Jennifer A. Younger became the executive director for the Catholic Research Resources Alliance (CRRA) after serving as the first chair of the Board of Directors.

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home Resources and Services Panel: The future of the past: Modernizing The New York Times archive

Panel: The future of the past: Modernizing The New York Times archive

A panel discussion on the modernizing of The New York Times archive with Evan Sandhaus, Jane Cotler and Sophia Van Valkenburg.

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home Resources and Services Industry insight: By ignoring archives, news organizations put much at risk, miss rewards

Industry insight: By ignoring archives, news organizations put much at risk, miss rewards

Story archives separate an established news organization from a new competitor. They provide an essential, unmatched historical record for communities. They are a mostly untapped potential source of revenue and reader engagement.

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