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Monthly Archives: February 2012
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Spring Break is coming and while I’d love to go to Austin, TX or some other temperate location (that doesn’t tacitly perpetuate colonialism re: every destination in the Caribbean [sorry to ruin your vacations people who are going on cruises...]), … Continue reading
Our latest internet lurking assignment was to lurk around on Flickr. (Dr. Roberts: are you trying to turn us into creeps? [warning: link is BSFW- barely safe for work.]) Here are some thoughts on Flickr… First of all, enough landscapes. … Continue reading
Today I wrote a paper for my Archives and Records Management class, on the subject of collecting controversial/radical material. I used the case of the Ted Kaczynski’s Papers, which were acquired by University of Michigan’s Labadie Collection, to examine some … Continue reading