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    • Bury the Archive:A Look into Analog and Digital Time Capsules
      Sarah Toton, Emory University
      Media in Transition 6, April 2009
    • Crypt of Civilization. From “Preserving Our History in a Tomb Popular Science ” (Dec, 1938), 110-113.
      Toton, MiT6, April 2009
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    • Toton, MiT6, April 2009
    • Image from:
      Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company.The story of the Westinghouse Time Capsule. 1938.
      From the Prelinger Archives.
      Toton, MiT6, April 2009
    • Westinghouse Time Capsule Sealing Ceremony, 1939 New York World’s Fair.
      Toton, MiT6, April 2009
    • Toton, MiT6, April 2009
    • MIT Class with the Cyclotron, circa 1999.
      Toton, MiT6, April 2009
    • Toton, MiT6, April 2009
      • Good cultural preservation is totalizing cultural preservation.
       
    • Toton, MiT6, April 2009
      • Good cultural preservation is totalizing cultural preservation.
      • Culture can be fixed in a place in time.
       
    • Toton, MiT6, April 2009
      • Good cultural preservation is totalizing cultural preservation.
      • Culture can be fixed in a place in time.
      • Culture is best conveyed through products, not cultural processes.
       
    • Cultural preservation is the work of universities or corporations.
      Toton, MiT6, April 2009