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Biomedical and Electrical Engineer with interests in information theory, evolution, genetics, abstract mathematics, microbiology, big history, Indieweb, and the entertainment industry including: finance, distribution, representation







The more I think about archiving the web this week, the more value and stability I think that the W3C's Webmentions spec could be adding to the internet and copies of it.


I a replacement library/distribution/discovery mechanism for podcasts instead of defaulting to iTunes. @InternetArchive @MarkGraham @brewster_kahle I suspect you (could build) something like that. (And probably store the content too...)


I think that group could use a Slack channel (or other chat) in addition to a wiki to collaborate throughout the year
Wiki is better than email, see:


Did this news get lost in the mix yesterday?
Is anyone from @unleasharchives at the conference this week?


Day 2 of Dodging the Memory Hole 2017 is streaming live now:

The schedule and details can be found here:


As an evening aside, anyone looking for a solid live-tweeting tool for tomorrow, I highly recommend Noter Live w/ multiple speakers, threaded tweets, AND allows you to save/archive your stream on your own website after-the-fact.


: If you need additional examples of site deaths like to underline @mart1nkle1n's point:


, @palewire has built a nice tool for archiving your stories


Are you archiving your own Tweets? Try following @LinkArchiver


Our friends at the have some advice/help for sending data to @InternetArchive


I'm curating a list of people talking about Dodging The Memory Hole here:
Tweet to add yourself.