[WebCultures] grassroots web archiving projects
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Sat Sep 5 21:14:18 CEST 2015
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El sábado, 5 de septiembre de 2015, Ed S
ummers <ehs at pobox.com> escribió:
> Hi Marcin,
> > On Sep 5, 2015, at 5:42 AM, Marcin Wilkowski <m at wilkowski.org
> > Hi,
> > I'd like to collect information on grassroots web archiving projects -
> > web archiving is done not only by national archives or libraries but
> > also by organizations and common people. The best example is of course
> > the Internet Archive Foundation, but I found also Archive Team
> > (archiveteam.org) or the independent archival movement of Occupy Wall
> > Street (
> > Do you know any more similar initiatives?
> It’s an interesting question, I would be very interested in what you come
> up with, if you are able to share it.
> A few years ago I wrote a little piece  about the grass roots efforts
> to collect and re-publish content that Jonathan Gillette and Mark Pilgrim
> pulled offline when they committed "info-suicide" a few years ago.
> Also, here are a couple other stories that may be of interest:
> * Rhizome (New Museum) have been archiving artists' web content .
> * Museum of Modern Art in New York has been collecting their own
> exhibition sites. 
> Perhaps those stories aren’t grass roots enough. But they aren’t national
> libraries. I did take the liberty of forwarding your question to a new
> discussion list that is just getting started up called web-archives . I
> hope that was ok.
>  http://inkdroid.org/2013/11/26/the-web-as-a-preservation-medium/
>  https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/web-archives/WVzzdpvmjpE
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