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The Hard Disk as the new Paper Archive
Opportunities and challenges for historical
research into the Information Age
James...
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@j_w_baker
The imaginary construction of organizations as like a machine was
prior to "real" mechanization - prior to but ...
@j_w_baker
@j_w_baker
© bwFLA
@j_w_baker
© oldweb.today
@j_w_baker
© oldweb.today
The Old Bailey Online can rightfully describe their 197,000 trials as
the “largest body of texts...
@j_w_baker
© oldweb.today
@j_w_baker
wiki.bitcurator.net
Open source digital
forensics
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Deck for a talk I gave at Digital History Seminar, University of Cambridge, 23 February 2016.

Notes at https://gist.github.com/drjwbaker/db1815e36ab64eb1a074

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The Hard Disk as the new Paper Archive: opportunities and challenges for historical research into the Information Age

  1. 1. The Hard Disk as the new Paper Archive Opportunities and challenges for historical research into the Information Age James Baker, Lecturer in Digital History @j_w_baker slideshare.net/drjwbaker This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Exceptions: quotations, embeds from external sources, logos, and marked images.
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  4. 4. @j_w_baker The imaginary construction of organizations as like a machine was prior to "real" mechanization - prior to but not proceeding, since systematic management enabled technological change, and, vice versa, technological change reinforced the position of systematic management Jon Agar, The Government Machine (2003), 144.
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  7. 7. @j_w_baker © oldweb.today
  8. 8. @j_w_baker © oldweb.today The Old Bailey Online can rightfully describe their 197,000 trials as the “largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published” between 1674 and 1913. But GeoCities, drawing on the material we have between 1996 and 2009, has over thirty- eight million pages. Ian Milligan, 'Herrenhausen Big Data Lightning Talk: Finding Community in the Ruins of GeoCities', 25 March 2015 [Yahoo!] found the way to destroy the most massive amount of history in the shortest amount of time with absolutely no recourse Dan Fletcher, 'Internet Atrocity! GeoCities' Demise Erases Web History', TIME Magazine, 9 March 2009
  9. 9. @j_w_baker © oldweb.today
  10. 10. @j_w_baker wiki.bitcurator.net Open source digital forensics
  11. 11. @j_w_baker this.thatcamp.org
  12. 12. The Hard Disk as the new Paper Archive Opportunities and challenges for historical research into the Information Age James Baker, Lecturer in Digital History @j_w_baker slideshare.net/drjwbaker This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Exceptions: quotations, embeds from external sources, logos, and marked images.

Deck for a talk I gave at Digital History Seminar, University of Cambridge, 23 February 2016. Notes at https://gist.github.com/drjwbaker/db1815e36ab64eb1a074

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