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  • * The Internet Archive and it’s Wayback Machine with the mission of archiving “The WEB”.\n
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  • Web History

    1. 1. THE WEB MEANS THE END OF FORGETTING?
    2. 2. ONLINE MEMORYWEB REMEMBERING / REMEMBERING THE WEB
    3. 3. MAP OF ONLINE COMMUNITIESXKCD.COM/802
    4. 4. WWW.WHITEHOUSE.GOV
    5. 5. WWW.WHITEHOUSE.GOVOCTOBER 05, 2010 JANUARY 13, 2006
    6. 6. WWW.WHITEHOUSE.GOVAPRIL 22, 2001 13, JANUARY 13, 2006
    7. 7. WWW.WHITEHOUSE.GOVOCTOBER 05, 2010 DECEMBER 27, 1996
    8. 8. The live Web is apermanent presentArchiving enables anexaminable past.
    9. 9. Problem 1...that we need to archive at allreliability, validity, replicability, verification
    10. 10. Problem 2...why we archiveresearchers want different aspects of the same thing -their reasons for archiving change the archive
    11. 11. Problem 3...how we archive“What we need is a CERN for webarchives.” - Julien Masanès, European Archive
    12. 12. Recommendations1. build community2. build practices/standards3. build tools
    13. 13. Meghan Dougherty, PhDAssistant Professor, Digital Communicationmdougherty@luc.eduarchivefilter.net@mdocx1
    14. 14. INTERNET ARCHIVEARCHIVE.ORG
    15. 15. WAYBACK MACHINE: WWW.WHITEHOUSE.GOV
    16. 16. NEW WAYBACK MACHINE: WWW.WHITEHOUSE.GOV
    17. 17. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS WEB ARCHIVESHTTP://LCWEB2.LOC.GOV/DIGLIB/LCWA/HTML/LCWA-HOME.HTML

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