Link Love: 3/11/16

Page from Paul Klee's notebook, courtesy Zentrum Paul Klee.
  • 3,900 pages of artist Paul Klee's notebooks are now online. [via Open Culture]
  • We knew the Library of Congress' Prints & Photographs Division had amazing collections. Check out these vintage posters you can print! [via Washingtonian]
  • A new visualization from Georgia Tech and University of Georgia lets you get a snapshot of news coverage throughout the country in the 19th and early 20th century. [via Slate Vault]
  • Is the political bumper sticker dying? National Museum of American History curator, Larry Bird, weighs in. [via The Atlantic]
  • Envisioning the future of the research library. [via InfoDocket]
  • Speaking of libraries, an impassioned essay on why libraries are our future. [via the Guardian]
  • Does the idea of losing all your digital files strike terror in your heart as it does ours?  Get ready for World Backup Day, March 31st.

What would you do if you lost everything? from Sam Mularczyk on Vimeo.

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