It Takes a Village to Save a Hard Drive

In the final days of  the XFR STN exhibition at the New Museum, we encountered what was hands-down the most challenging born-digital recovery to have occured during the run of the exhibition. On August 30th, artist Phil Sanders arrived at the New Museum with an amalgam floppy disks, and two external hard disk drives. XFR STN […]

Analyzing Browser History

I recently participated in First Five – a Tumblr where guests list the first five websites they visit daily (my five here). Similar to recent contributor Luke Robert Mason, the concept seems foreign to me. As a poster child for consumption via aggregation, apps, and streams, I do not pull up my bookmarks in the morning as […]