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Lost but not forgotten: finding pages on the unarchived web

Hugo C. Huurdeman, Jaap Kamps, Thaer Samar, Arjen P. de Vries, Anat Ben-David, Richard A. Rogers
2015 International Journal on Digital Libraries  
Third, the succinct representation is generally rich enough to uniquely identify pages on the unarchived web: in a known-item search setting we can retrieve unarchived web pages within the first ranks  ...  Our main findings are the following: First, the crawled web contains evidence of a remarkable number of unarchived pages and websites, potentially dramatically increasing the coverage of a Web archive.  ...  The link extraction and analysis work was carried out on the Dutch national e-infrastructure with the support of SURF Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00799-015-0153-3 fatcat:f5yhxhrdxjduznbnxamlcjvacm

Guest editors' introduction to the special issue on the digital libraries conference 2014

Martin Klein, Andreas Rauber
2015 International Journal on Digital Libraries  
The paper "Lost but Not Forgotten: Finding Pages on the Unarchived Web" by Hugo C. Huurdeman, Jaap Kamps, Thaer Samar, Arjen P. de Vries, Anat Ben-David, and Richard A.  ...  Not all embedded resources are equally important as their impact on the web page may vary.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00799-015-0161-3 fatcat:e6sihqmmqveoljeoze7p5srpjy

Bestandsentwicklung in der Webarchivierung – Einsatzmöglichkeiten für Methoden der Digital Humanities

Katharina Schmid, Astrid Schoger, Konstanze Weimer
2022 ABI-Technik  
"Lost but Not Forgotten: Finding Pages on the Unarchived Web." International Journal on Digital Libraries 16,3 (2015): 247-65. s00799-015-0153-3.  ...  In Pro-wicklung in der Webarchivierung bewertet. ceedings of the 2017 ACM on Web Science Conference, 299-308.  ... 
doi:10.1515/abitech-2022-0021 fatcat:eaopvbzpbbavzoqoufcmf4rfqi

Archival anarchies: Online fandom, subcultural conservation, and the transformative work of digital ephemera

Alexis Lothian
2012 International journal of cultural studies  
Struggles over the archive are struggles over which pasts will pass away; changes in archives' contents change histories and futures. Yet it is not enough to say that unarchived materials are lost.  ...  Within burned letters, Lothian 13 impossible archives, and unidentifiable, unretrievable web pages exist possibilities that were never realized but might have changed everything.  ...  She is a founding member of the editorial team for Transformative Works and Cultures and maintains a web presence at  ... 
doi:10.1177/1367877912459132 fatcat:ziytffohkfhgdoj7crkxhlkoce

O arquivo como espaço aurático de imagens da loucura

Tania Mara Galli Fonseca, Alana Soares Albuquerque, Giovanni Bombardelli Gabe, Ricardo Giacomoni, Vanessa Manzke Souza, Victória Kniest
2017 Psicologia USP  
The archive as an auratic space of images of insanity  ...  In Didi-Huberman (2013a), we find that even such choices are dangerous, as there is, on the one hand, the danger of contemporary logocentrism and, on the other hand, "an empty totalitarianism in which  ...  Between the two, there is the salutary practice: to dialectize" (page 51).  ... 
doi:10.1590/0103-656420160126 fatcat:ygbp46f7bfaltinc2je2amy2he

Profiles as Conversation: Networked Identity Performance on Friendster

D. Boyd, J. Heer
2006 Proceedings of the 39th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'06)  
With such Profiles, users do not just depict themselves, but help shape the representation of others on the system.  ...  We draw on data gathered through ethnography and reaffirmed through data collection and visualization to analyze the communicative aspects of Profiles within the Friendster service.  ...  When users update their Profiles, old data is lost and the limit on photos means that users delete photos before uploading new ones.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2006.394 dblp:conf/hicss/BoydH06 fatcat:zhgtyav5vjbezhdlysldnuioiu

Toward More Honest Description1

Jennifer Douglas
2016 The American Archivist  
11 Previously published articles arising from this research focused on the conceptual analysis of writers' archives, on understanding how archives accumulate over time, and on the interpretation and application  ...  In the sections that follow, I examine each type of shaping-and its representation in various finding aids-in some detail.  ...  on-I'd forgotten this-called Happy the Hog.  ... 
doi:10.17723/0360-9081.79.1.26 fatcat:6vaae2x7lzh33pdte7vaiiosoy

1. Dissertating in Public [chapter]

Kathleen Fitzpatrick
2021 Shaping the Digital Dissertation  
Artistic research in the emphatic sense […] unites the artistic and the academic in an enterprise that impacts on both domains.  ...  Every artist does research as she works, as she tries to find the right material, the right subject, as she looks for information and techniques to use in her studio or atelier, or when she encounters  ...  We did not think so, but perhaps we had also lost perspective?  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0239.01 fatcat:zcjqmomsizb3rcaqv7xpe6icoq

How Interaction Designers Use Tools to Manage Ideas and What We Can Learn From It

Nanna Inie
2019 Figshare  
Based on this theory, I develop a framework of strategies of tool-use, based on the creative objectives tools fulfill to professional interaction designers.  ...  Finally, I identify four design opportunities for novel, digital idea management tools under the headings of 'utilizing the potential of the design idea archive', and 'increasing focus on the creative  ...  As a consequence, most designers rely primarily on their memory to find things, which results in ideas getting lost and being forgotten.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.8397488.v1 fatcat:rwm4dnbdpvct7io3bzweye6eqm

Migrating heritage: Experiences of cultural networks and cultural dialogue in Europe

Gillian Oliver
2015 The Australian Library Journal  
Acknowledgments The author wishes to acknowledge the immeasurable support and tireless efforts of everyone who worked on, or enabled, the Roma Routes project.  ...  The full list of BHL partner organisations and contributing institutions can been found on the BHL website at  ...  EOL's ambition is to create a web page for every species on the planet.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00049670.2015.1040359 fatcat:7cff7ntlnvhslm4vscymo4xcfy

Migrating heritage: experiences of cultural networks and cultural dialogue in Europe

Philip Long
2016 International Journal of Heritage Studies (IJHS)  
Acknowledgments The author wishes to acknowledge the immeasurable support and tireless efforts of everyone who worked on, or enabled, the Roma Routes project.  ...  The full list of BHL partner organisations and contributing institutions can been found on the BHL website at  ...  EOL's ambition is to create a web page for every species on the planet.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13527258.2016.1182052 fatcat:rwb5jcohrjfo5delouext3bajm


2017 Knowledge Cultures  
' (Bayne, Ross and Siân has published three books: Digital differences: Perspectives on online education (Bayne and Land, 2011) , Education in cyberspace (Land and Bayne, 2005) , Research, boundaries  ...  Siân Bayne is Professor of Digital Education at the University of Edinburgh, based in the Moray House School of Education, where she directs the Centre for Research in Digital Education.  ...  At the most trivial level the computer languages, hardware and communications systems on which the web is based on did not exist 30 years ago.  ... 
doi:10.22381/kc5220171 fatcat:wvdp4gkzu5ez3cc5bnba25keoa

Emily Dickinson in vain [article]

Anushka A. Jasraj
Not Emily Dickinson, but someone else's letters are cradled between the pages of a book I'm trying not to read over and over again.  ...  Sometimes there is a feeling, he says, "not so much unaddressed as underspecified for address." Emily Dickinson wrote on envelope scraps, on the backs of recipe pages, in the margins of her letters.  ... 
doi:10.15781/t2np1x50n fatcat:3huecp6fuzbnfcjkpvspii5uvy

EXTENDING THE DOCUMENT: THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY LONG POEM AND THE ARCHIVE Extending the Document: The Twenty-First Century Long Poem and the Archive

Michael Leong, Michael Leong
But that is not all that This impossible witnessing is an important acknowledgement of the unarchivable.  ...  Gertrude Stein liked him but did not find him amusing.  ... 

Questions of Trace: Presence, Politics, and Virtual Necromancy in Canadian Literary Archives [article]

Jordan Bolay, University Of Calgary, Aritha Van Herk
Drawing on the works of Jacques Derrida and others, I show how this evocation deconstructs the archive's own nature, becoming a mystical enunciation that haunts the ecology of the digital environment.  ...  My project employs a creative, conceptual, practice-based, and meta-cognitive approach to research that re-collects authors' texts and characters, but also interpretations thereof, blurring the boundaries  ...  Not a "condescending pat-on-the-shoulder" kind of hug, but a "oh, hun, it's cute that you think so" sort of hug. Definitely not the "I love you, now we're face-sucking" hug James goes for.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/36798 fatcat:rwfcbwdyirfkffdyuyyhqnfrru
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