Just a a short update for the weekly web archiving roundup for April 2, 2014–and remember, don’t be shy about posting additional items of interest to the [webarchiving] discussion list!
- “If You Can’t Make It to the Lecture,” Jane L. Levere. Museums are holding online lectures and then archiving them for future viewing. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/20/arts/artsspecial/if-you-cant-make-it-to-the-lecture.html?_r=1
- “Death to “Link Rot”: Here’s Where the Internet Goes to Live Forever,” Sarah Laskow. A startup based in the Harvard Law Library is attempting to address the issue of link rot. http://www.fastcompany.com/3028321/whos-next/death-to-link-rot-heres-where-the-internet-goes-to-live-forever