Link Love: 1/15/16

Photos courtesy Zak Jensen & Andrea Shea/WBUR

  • Harvard's pigment collection. [via Collossal]
  • Also with gorgeous colors, a 700+ page Dutch book from 1692 documenting "every color in the spectrum." [via Open CultureExcerpt from "Traité des couleurs servant à la peinture à l'eau," A. Boogert, via Open Cult
  • A new online exhibit examining what it's like to work in the U.S. on a H-1B visa from the Smithsonian's Asian Pacific American Center. [via Smithsonian Magazine
  • Later this year, scientists (including our own from the National Museum of Natural History) will determine how long we've been living in the Anthropocene. [via Fusion]
  • A free, new (to us) digital preservation tool, Exactly, which allows for the safe transfer of any born-digital material. [via Code4Lib and AV Preserve]
  • World's collide with old footage of Mr. Rogers introducing children to experimental electronic music. [via Open Culture]

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