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Archive for May, 2016

To Preserve Digital Film Culture—Or Lose It Forever

Read Noémie Jennifer‘s interesting account on the significance of preserving our digital film heritage appropriately.

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The Malware Museum Lets You Look At Old Viruses Without Getting Infected

A.J. Dellinger writes about how “the Malware Museum gives users the opportunity to experience viruses from the 1980s and 1990s.”

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Is the Writing on the Wall for Handwriting?

We continue to engage with what we think are interesting aspects revolving around digital technology and society, especially the relationship between the digital and everyday life situations. In this piece, for example, Elaine Quigley –  a graphologist by trade – asks whether handwriting is becoming increasingly obsolete owing to the pervasiveness of digital technology, and…

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