Figuring out how to architect the Vine archive for this outcome was no small feat, and should be a prototypical example for how to design for the web archive.
… now if only any of the people involved would return my calls :-) If you've got a lead please let me know! email@example.com
btw, that chart image was a slide in a brief talk I gave this morning:
Archives on the Web: The Curious Case of the Vine Archive
Pretty excited to have revived the Reading Archivists blog, spread it far and wide my GLAMR friends https://readingarchivists.wordpress.com/
I read Dan Cohen's "Back to the Blog" and can't stop thinking about it and want to see a revival of archivist blogs. https://dancohen.org/2018/03/21/back-to-the-blog/
The extremely venerable Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (of notable "Doomsday clock" fame) has made their current issue about climate change fully open-access for the next few months https://thebulletin.org/blog/whats-new-bulletin/resilience-and-climate-threat-guest-edited-alice-c-hill
If you're able, support the Atlanta Black Archives Alliance! https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/support-the-atlanta-black-archives-alliance-history#/
My research collaborators & I have been undertaking a major effort to identify every archive in the US, and some of our early maps show how badly we need this data - existing data sets don't come close to what we've turned over. Please share! https://repositorydata.wordpress.com/2018/03/07/making-archives-visible-through-maps/
"In the face of an economic system that atomizes us and an academic job market that pits us directly against one another, friendship is a powerful ethical and political practice." https://www.chronicle.com/article/Not-Here-to-Make-Friends/242731?key=Vsp5df7WwhGNPuakdKhVXuY2xBVYdX-e9_TJuRT3vza-aw7DSHVwfePVBUwKy-NKaGIxV3NSTnhfamZwRVc4UUxXLThJcmZ1SThsNzhCdlZEZzh0LVhIc1ZfZw
So I'm super appreciative of digipres.club -- but I really want to actively use an instance where I can help fund the infrastructure, and participate as a member in the decision making. ..and also learn how to run a social media co-op.
So I'm going to be moving over to @edsu and following y'all from there. I'll keep my account open here, but I would appreciate it if you could follow me over there, if you want to continue to get my updates.
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At least for the moment...
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