How to Make a Cenotaph

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A term used mostly in the museum space, a cenotaph is a monument to a person or group of people somewhere else. To a certain extent, the mounds of data and content we create have become our own …

A term used mostly in the museum space, a cenotaph is a monument to a person or group of people somewhere else. To a certain extent, the mounds of data and content we create have become our own cenotaph; the part we all see is just a small facet of what it takes to leave your own mark.

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  • 1. How to Make a Cenotaph
  • 2. κενοτάφιονKENOSEMPTYTAPHOSTOMB
  • 3. Is it just data?<inm:Marital-on-Embarkn>Single</inm:Marital-on-Embarkn><inm:Medical-b4-Embarkn /><inm:Military-Training /><inm:Embarkation-Date /><inm:Embarking-Transport /><inm:Place-of-Embarkation /><inm:Embark-Destination /><inm:Award-Circumstances /><inm:POW-Date-of-Capture /><inm:POW-Locn-of-Capture /><inm:POW-Prior-Situation /><inm:POW-Camps /><inm:POW-Days-Interned /><inm:POW-Liberation-Date /><inm:Futher-Ref-of-person>[http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/photo/pleasant-point-war-memorial New Zealand History online. Pleasant Point war memorial.]</inm:Futher-Ref-of-person><inm:Futher-Ref-of-person>[http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&amp;cl=search&amp;d=EP19440815.2.84&amp;srpos Naval Casualties. Evening Post,Volume CXXXVIII, Issue 39, 15 August 1944, Page 6]</inm:Futher-Ref-of-person><inm:Discharge-Date /><inm:Discharge-Cause /><inm:Oral-History /><inm:Postwar-Occupation /><inm:Obituary /><inm:Memorial-Name>New Zealand Naval Memorial, Devonport Naval Base, HMNZSPhilomel, Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand</inm:Memorial-Name><inm:Memorial-Name>Pleasant Point War Memorial, South Canterbury</inm:Memorial-Name><inm:Memorial-Name>Pleasant Point School War Memorial, South Canterbury</inm:Memorial-Name><inm:Info-Supplier-Detail>Brian Davison, Levels Valley, RD4, Timaru, New Zealand</inm:Info-Supplier-Detail><inm:Info-Supplier-Detail>Brian Davison, Levels Valley, RD4, Timaru, New Zealand</inm:Info-Supplier-Detail><inm:POW-Serial-Number /><inm:Date-Captured>18 July 1999</inm:Date-Captured><inm:Age-on-Enlistment /><inm:Wounds-Diseases-Etc /><inm:Military-District /><inm:HsptlsDiseasesWounds /><inm:Data-Entered-By>Unknown</inm:Data-Entered-By><inm:HonorificTitle />
  • 4. Evidence
  • 5. Relationships
  • 6. Secrets
  • 7. Guesses
  • 8. Legends
  • 9. Bullshit
  • 10. FACTSEVIDENCERELATIONSHIPSSECRETSGUESSESLEGENDSUTTER BULLSHIT
  • 11. History issome sort of knowlegecraft.DATA INFORMATION KNOWLEDGE WISDOM
  • 12. My cenotaph: 1996
  • 13. "It’s the cat’s ass!”Werehamster, 1996Others’ become ours to keep.
  • 14. Whats your cenotaph?