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Rick Prelinger: NO MORE ROAD TRIPS! – Tuesday, May 13 at 6:30PM

Tuesday, May 13  NO MORE ROAD TRIPS!  Internet Archive, San Francisco 6:30 reception / 7:30 screening ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE HIGHLY ADVISED.  Ticket link here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/671840 This is the second Bay Area screening of Rick Prelinger’s new film, which showed last year … Continue reading

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Lost Landscapes of Oakland, movie in SF Tuesday April 8

Tuesday, April 8, 2014 6:30 pm Reception 7:30 pm Film Internet Archive 300 Funston Ave. San Francisco, CA 94118 Please RSVP here Join film archivist Rick Prelinger for the first-ever East Bay-focused presentation in his lauded series of ‘Lost Landscapes’ … Continue reading

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Lost Landscapes of San Francisco: Fundraiser Benefitting Internet Archive Dec 18th

Rick Prelinger’s Lost Landscapes of San Francisco is a movie happening that brings old-time San Francisco footage and our community together in an interactive crowd-driven event.   Showing in the majestic Internet Archive building,  your ticket donation will benefit the … Continue reading

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NSA Comedy Tour with Will Durst! A Night of Comedy, Ethics & Tech on Dec. 11th in SF

EthicsInTech presents a fun night of Comedy, Ethics & Technology to help protect the Fourth Amendment and our constitutional rights and freedoms. The goal of the event is to entertain, educate and bring to light issues concerning ethical use of … Continue reading

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Arcadia Foundation funding Tape and Disk Preservation

We are thankful to the Arcadia Foundation for funding a project derive and evaluate digital tape and hard drive preservation practices.    We have used DLT tapes and offline hard drives for over a decade to cost effectively store video files.   … Continue reading

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“Many Libraries: As the world’s books go online, we must resist centralization” Technology Review, published by MIT

The Internet has put universal access to knowledge within our grasp. Now we need to put all of the world’s literature online. This is easier to do than it might seem, if we resist the impulse to centralize and build … Continue reading

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