Link Love: 3/18/2016

Spring edition!

Tulip Magnolias & Smithsonian Castle, courtesy of author.
  • British Library is digitizing the last surviving play script by William Shakespeare pleading for the humane treatment of refugees. [via The Guardian]
  • Why Ben Franklin would hang out at libraries today. [via the Atlantic]
  • Wall of Birds, a new interactive from artist Jane Kim and Cornell Lab ornithologists. 
  • A local wins the National Portrait Gallery's 2016 Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition. [via WJLA]
  • The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History's Director, Kirk Johnson, explains the history of life on earth in 3 minutes. [via Big Think]
  • Newly released; an environmental scan of web archiving with our own Lynda Schmitz Fuhrig and Jennifer Wright. [via Harvard]
  • Archiving the sound architecture of buildings. [via Open Culture]

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