All Our Yesterdays: the links
If you were at An Event Apart in Boston and you want to follow up on some of the things I mentioned in my talk, here are some links:
- Stock and Flow by Robin Sloan.
- Archive Fever by Matt Ogle.
- This Place Is Not A Place Of Honor on Damn Interesting.
- The 10,000 Year Clock by The Long Now Foundation.
- Carl Sagan And Ann Druyan’s Ultimate Mix Tape by Radiolab.
- Small Pieces, Loosely Joined by David Weinberger.
- Lest We Forget or Why I chose the World Wide Web as a repository for archival material by Simon Pockley.
- Cool URIs Don’t Change by Tim Berners-Lee.
- “The original URL for this prediction (www.longbets.org/601) will no longer be available in eleven years.” on Long Bets.
- Game Web 2.Over? by Meg Pickard.
- Link Rot by Connor O’Brien.
- Ugly and neglected fragments by Phil Gyford.
- Yahoo!locaust by Jason Scott.
- Goodbye Pownce, Hello Six Apart on the Pownce blog.
- Why you should have a website: it’s the law! by Steven Pemberton.
- The Domesday Project by the BBC.
- Preservation and Long-term Access through Networked Services by the Open Planets Foundation.
- Swiss Fort Knox.
- Validation by Own Briggs.
- [whatwg] several messages about HTML5 by Ian Hickson.
- Juggling oranges by Mark Pilgrim.
- Accelerando by Charles Stross.
- Microsoft and FairUse4WM by Bruce Schneier.
- Forever by Mandy Brown.
- Why The Net Matters: How the Internet Will Save Civilization by David Eagleman.
Here are some related posts of my own:
- The format of the Long Now,
- Tears in the rain,
- Erase and rewind,
- and a previous talk entitled The Long Web.
More recently, Nora Young interviewed Jason Scott on online video and digital heritage.