home Resources and Services Call for contributions: Dodging the Memory Hole 2017: Saving Online News

Call for contributions: Dodging the Memory Hole 2017: Saving Online News

The next Dodging the Memory Hole: Saving Online News forum will be held Nov. 15-16 at the Internet Archive in San Francisco. Your participation in DTMH 2017 will advance the exchange of knowledge of digital preservation.

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home Resources and Services Kalev Leetaru: Lightning Rounds: A Look Inside the World’s Largest Initiative to Archive News

Kalev Leetaru: Lightning Rounds: A Look Inside the World’s Largest Initiative to Archive News

Kalev Leetaru is a Senior Fellow at the George Washington University Center for Cyber & Homeland Security and a member of its Counterterrorism and Intelligence Task Force.

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home Resources and Services Katherine Boss: Lightning rounds: Challenges facing preservation of born-digital news applications

Katherine Boss: Lightning rounds: Challenges facing preservation of born-digital news applications

Katherine Boss is the Librarian for Journalism, Media, Culture and Communication at New York University.

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home Resources and Services Cynthia Joyce: Lightning rounds: Keyword ‘Katrina’: Re-collecting the unsearchable past

Cynthia Joyce: Lightning rounds: Keyword ‘Katrina’: Re-collecting the unsearchable past

Cynthia Joyce has been a writer, editor, and web producer for more than 20 years. Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Mississippi Meek School of Journalism in 2011, she worked as a digital producer for several news organizations.

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home Resources and Services Terry Britt: Lightning rounds: News archives as cornerstones of collective memory

Terry Britt: Lightning rounds: News archives as cornerstones of collective memory

Terry Britt, University of Missouri | Oct. 14, 2016 | the Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA

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home Resources and Services Memory holes and permanent errors: Part 4

Memory holes and permanent errors: Part 4

This is part four of a white paper, “Memory Holes and Permanent Errors,” which examines whether and how online news archives should preserve corrections, updates and other post-publication changes.

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home Resources and Services Memory holes and permanent errors: Part 3

Memory holes and permanent errors: Part 3

Another type of article change to consider in news preservation is the update. Early on, editors realized that the fluidity inherent in the World Wide Web makes this an ideal medium for reporting breaking news.

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home Resources and Services Memory holes and permanent errors: Part 2

Memory holes and permanent errors: Part 2

This is part 2 of a white paper, “Memory Holes and Permanent Errors,” which examines whether and how online news archives should preserve corrections, updates and other post-publication changes.

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home Resources and Services Memory holes and permanent errors: Part 1

Memory holes and permanent errors: Part 1

Online journalism is at risk of disappearing. We often think of digital words as having permanence; for some, unflattering or invasive details linger way too long. But digital news is actually incredibly fragile.

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home Resources and Services Jefferson Bailey: Lightning rounds: Supporting Data-Driven Research using News-Related Web Archives

Jefferson Bailey: Lightning rounds: Supporting Data-Driven Research using News-Related Web Archives

Jefferson Bailey is the director of Web Archiving Programs at the Internet Archive.

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