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NYPL's New Digital Archives Lab

The new lab space In August, the Digital Archives Program, took an exciting and long-awaited step by moving into our own space. Prior to this, Digital Archives staff shared a room with the Special Collections processing archivists.


Old Time radio Shows on The Internet Archive

Hi everyone - I think the Internet Archive is a great resource for old internet stuff. It's even the home to "The way back machine" An exact, search-able copy of the internet at certain periods in history.. You can find things that others think have been deleted. Anyway This link is specifically for "Old Time Radio" shows, like Green Lantern, The S


AKDC Program Head interviewed by architecture student group at the University of Tehran

Sharon C. Smith, Ph.D., was recently interviewed by the Iran Architecture Studies Student Community of the University of Tehran, Iran, on the topic of establishing a documentation center. As the founding head of the current Aga Khan Documentation Center at MIT, Smith was asked to address some fundamental issues and provide insight for the students


It Took Five Years For One Man To Find The First NES Advertisement

A neat little piece of gaming history has been archived in full thanks to preservationist efforts. The original advertisement for the Nintendo Entertainment System has been catalogued after a five year search.


IAP 2017 classes from the MIT Libraries

The MIT Libraries are sponsoring more than 50 classes during IAP. Classes cover a range of topics, including: Music, a rts & crafts Biology research Business research Data & mapping History and archives Intellectual property - Patents and copyright Open and collaborative publishing Research content management Statistical software For a complete lis


IAP 2017: Music, arts & crafts

Explore artists' books or learn a new craft. photo by Khuyoh "The Codex and Its Variations": Artists' Books @ MIT Wed, Jan 25, 1-2pm, 14N-112 Register Contact: Anna Boutin Crossed Structure Binding Wed, Jan 11, 10am-12pm, 14-0513 Register Contact: Ayako Letizia Letterlocking and Early Italian Archival Bindings Thu, Jan 12, 1-4pm Register Contact: J


I Believe In Fate

I so much believe in fate and it always work for me. Fate is when you accept and strongly believe in your inner mind. Without believing in yourself or what you can do or your dreams in life, I don't think you can archive anything. That is how fate works. But some people does not believe in it anyway.


David Gordon Retrospective Installation Opens at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

Since committing to donate his archives to The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center, writer, director, and choreographer David Gordon has been actively participating in and reflecting on the process of compiling one's own archive, a project he has named Archiveography. As part of this investigation, Gordon unveils a new


Zippie - 11409702

This is a very good question. Firstly you must believe in yourself because there is no limit to what anyone can archive. And also have unwavering trust and faith in God almighty because he has the ultimate say. You must be patience and hardworking because they pays. Never allow complacency to hold you down.


IAP 2017: History and archives

An item being handled in reading room of the Institute Archives and Special Collections. Letterlocking and Early Italian Archival Bindings Thu, Jan 12, 1-4pm, 14-0513 Register Contact: Jana Dambrogio Coolest Collections on Campus Fri, Jan 20, 10-11am, 14N-118 Contact: Stephen Skuce Archives Power Hour Fri, Jan 27, 2-3:30pm, 14N-118 Contact: Greta S

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