My final project

My final project

I’d love to hear feedback from you guys on this. Something I might (would like to) take forward. If you want to keep in touch as I go off to Pratt next semester, you can follow me on Twitter (@marleewalters)…

Vogue Magazine Archive: Covers Over the Decades

I wanted to share this digital humanities project from Yale University that uses Vogue Magazine’s Archive in an interesting way.  Read more here.

Today's A Softer World sums it all up

Today’s A Softer World sums it all up

Energy, Pollution, and the Digital Archive

Here’s that post from HONY I mentioned when Michael suggested that we talk about environmental impact: http://www.humansofnewyork.com/post/65345059446/im-retired-now-but-i-was-the-ceo-of-the-ny “I’m retired now. But I was the CEO of the NY State Energy Research and Development Authority.” “What’s something about energy that a…

Some things that come to mind for Database Aesthetics

Some things that come to mind for Database Aesthetics

1.) I’ve been thinking about this for a while now, and wasn’t sure whether to post this in Archives/Libraries time, but I guess it is most appropriate as a database art? Anywho, it’s near. Imogen Heap working from a database…

Link: “Tip-of-the-Tongue Syndrome,” Transactive Memory, and How the Internet Is Making Us Smarter

I came across this interesting read, also a Clive Thompson’s Smarter Than You Think book review, which took a fresh approach about our positive involvement of technology, developing new form of memory and new way of organizing knowledge and a…

Palimpsest, 1989

Ann Hamilton Videos

The videos we didn’t have time to watch in class:

Copyright, Copyleft and the Creative Anti-Commons: Plagiarism and Appropriation as Subversive Archival Art

I had found this essay doing research on the work of Kathy Acker, who hacks up canonical texts and repastes them in a crude retelling of the story in order to illuminate the hegemony festering within it. Thought I’d share…