What I've been listening to this week: Federico Durand (36), Halftribe (22), Carla dal Forno (8) #lastfm
I wrote up some notes about work that is being done to archive the COVID-19 web, and ways that sites like Pinboard and Redfit could help.
One thing that became clear in the middle of writing it is that while Jupyter notebooks are often thought of as datavis tools, they could also have a role to play in documenting how web archives are being assembled.
What I've been listening to this week: Andrew Weathers (27), Federico Durand (23), The Green Kingdom (12) #lastfm
What I've been listening to this week: Four Tet (12), Michael Grigoni & Stephen Vitiello (10), Hidden Valley Logging Company (6) #lastfm
@andrewjbtw I don't suppose you would have any insider way to figure out if some of the materials linked from here to Stanfor'd Box still are available?
What I've been listening to this week: Warmth (44), Monster Movie (37), McCoy Tyner (27) #lastfm
Exciting to think about #COVID19 as an example of how the right kind of science storytelling can lead to nearly instant behaviour change with significant impact on economy and environment. Now let's do it again for carbon emissions.
What I've been listening to this week: Monster Movie (27), Maps and Diagrams (24), The National (16) #lastfm
In case you've ever wondered what a map of many of the archival repositories in the US looks like:
It's kind of fun to click on the markers and use the Google Street View link to see if you can find the organization's building.
What I've been listening to this week: Jim Guthrie (50), Radiohead (26), The National (17) #lastfm
What I've been listening to this week: Luis Miehlich (40), Jim Guthrie (16), Miles Davis (8) #lastfm
What I've been listening to this week: Eric B. & Rakim (33), Taylor Swift (11), Daniel Lopatin (8) #lastfm
What I've been listening to this week: Daniel Lopatin (28), Jane Weaver (21), David Bowie (10) #lastfm
What I've been listening to this week: Hirotaka Shirotsubaki (18), New Order (14), The National (11) #lastfm
Oh maybe those details about "pace layers" were there from the beginning, and I just didn't notice them:
I'm kind of abashed to admit I didn't realize ghtorrent was a thing already.
The guide that GitHub will include in their Arctic Code Vault is on GitHub, and accepting pull requests, until it gets written to hardened film reels.
There seem to be more details about their tiered approach:
What I've been listening to this week: Hirotaka Shirotsubaki (15), North Atlantic Drift (13), Pavement (11) #lastfm
I'm interested in how the web & archival practices meet in people's daily lives.
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