The Library of Congress Digital Collections Development Coordinator positioncloses soon (May 1st)!
Archive-It is hosting a training webinar on Web Archiving Systems API (WASAPI). Zoom in on Wednesday, May 29that 11am Pacific, 2pm Eastern.
This one came through my Archive-It listserv this morning; a webinar about WASAPI on May 29: https://support.archive-it.org/hc/en-us/community/posts/360043527372-New-training-webinar-The-Web-Archiving-Systems-API-WASAPI-.Register here.
Registration for the Society of American Archivists Annual Meetingis now open.
You can now watch Michael L. Nelson’s keynote “Web Archives at the Nexus of Good Fakes and Flawed Originals”at CNIs April meeting.
Rhizome presents “The Art Happens Here: Net Art’s Archival Poetics,” an exhibition using web archives as art. If you happen to be in New York, you can see this exhibit at the New Museum until May 26.
The National Library of China will archive 200 billion Weibo postsin a project to preserve China’s digital heritage.
Jason Scott, from TEXTFILES.COM, recently published The MySpace Dragon Hoard, a collection of 450,000 mp3s from MySpace between 2008-2010. These songs were gathered prior to the recent MySpace data loss.
Check out Karl Blumenthal’s trick to crawl special emojis from Twitter.
Some interesting food for thought from Stephen Dowling’s BBC article.