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Monthly Archives: December 2010

David Wojnarowicz’s A Fire In My Belly

As archivists we deal in presenting facts. We try not to personalize or interpret archival material. Instead we offer these primary source artifacts, whether they are paper-based documents or original media, to scholars so that they may study, scrutinize, and ultimately create scholarship. Recently a

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“Big Data” and Archives

I’m just back from a one-day conference at Princeton University titled Big Data: Public Policy and the Exploding Digital Corpus. It was a stimulating (and exhausting) day, and I thought I’d try and write down a few of my preliminary impressions. The conference was sponsored