Weekly web archiving roundup: November 6, 2015

Here’s the weekly web archiving roundup for November 6, 2015:

  • LOL Nothing Matters–A Defense of the Internet’s Absence of Meaning: “The most profound feeling of cultural participation for me comes from trawling databases.”
  • Life Beyond Status Updates–The History Project Wants To Create Modern Time CapsulesThe History Project seeks to allow users to shape the narrative of their digital footprint.
    • Live URL
    • Archived URL–This page couldn’t be captured.
  • What Will Become of Grantland’s Archives? As the website goes under, the Internet Archive is saving as much as it can.
  • Being a Small-Time Software Contributor–Non-Developers IncludedSmall scale ways to support OpenWayback.
  • iPRES2015 Trip ReportJustin F. Brunelle offers an eyewitness report on the doings at iPres 2015 at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
  • Call for Participation–Archives UnleashedWeb Archive Hackathon scheduled for March 3-6, 2016, in Toronto.

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