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Pokemon Go: here are the silliest things that happened this weekend

This weekend in Pokemon Go: literal shots fired, teens stuck in caves, and more - all from the lack of common sense archives. Pokemon Go continues to be a worldwide phenomenon even as eager Pokemon trainers bring down Niantic's servers over and over again.

 

The W3C and MIT Media Lab Host First 'Blockchain and the Web' Workshop

In June Bitcoin Magazine covered the first Decentralized Web Summit, a gathering of developers striving to make the web open, secure and free of censorship by distributing data, processing and hosting across millions of computers around the world, with no centralized control. The Summit was organized by Brewster Kahle, founder of the Internet Archi

 

Open Audio Weekend Hackathon: Exploring Audio Accessibility for the Public Good

On June 25 and 26, the Library welcomed developers, designers, data scientists, audio producers, and others to a two-day hackathon designed to advance the cause of audio accessibility and explore future uses of media archives online. This event built upon and extended our work on Together We Listen , a project generously supported by a Knight Found

 

Overwatch image teases its latest hero

Overwatch's latest hero appears to be a support character with healing abilities and a sniper rifle. ARCHIVE Communications Records of Ziegler, A. - Overwatch File 00231 - Security Classification: CONFIDENTIAL pic.twitter.com/UzJ8XAcRJ2 — Overwatch (@OverwatchEU) July 6, 2016 Overwatch image teases its latest hero Overwatch may not have been

 

Live From the Reading Room: Ada 'Bricktop' Smith to Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong

Live from the Reading Room: Correspondence is a podcast series that aims to share interesting and engaging letters written by or to key historical figures from the African Diaspora. Each episode highlights a letter from popular collections housed in the Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Cult

 

Live From the Reading Room: Ada 'Bricktop' Smith to Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong

Live from the Reading Room: Correspondence is a podcast series that aims to share interesting and engaging letters written by or to key historical figures from the African Diaspora. Each episode highlights a letter from popular collections housed in the Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Cult

 

Mary Katherine Goddard's Declaration of Independence

This is how most Americans in the revolutionary period found out who actually signed the Declaration of Independence. Goddard Broadside, Theodorus Bailey Myers Collection, NYPL Manuscripts and Archives Division.

 

Mary Katherine Goddard's Declaration of Independence

This is how most Americans in the revolutionary period found out who actually signed the Declaration of Independence. Goddard Broadside, Theodorus Bailey Myers Collection, NYPL Manuscripts and Archives Division.

 

Celebrating Queer Voices in Black Music History

Ethel Waters, 1928; Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Photographs and Prints Division; Image ID 1231400 Kiani Ned, our Communications Intern, pays tribute to some of the greatest black queer musicians of all time in her latest blog post in honor of Pride Month and Black Music Month: This month the Schomburg Center for Research in Blac

 

AKDC provides images for Iraqi stamp honoring architect Mohamed Makiya

Aga Kh an Documentation Center Program Head Sharon C. Smith worked with the Municipality of Baghdad to choose images of works designed by Iraqi architect Mohamed Saleh Makiya (1914-2015) that will be used on postage stamps in Iraq. The images included plans, drawings, and photographs selected from the extensive archive that Makiya donated to AKDC@M

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