Link Love: 7/9/2010

  • I worked peripherally on MIT’s Visualizing Cultures project back in college, came across it again the other day, and was reminded of all of the interesting content there. An early (2002) visual culture and the web project worth checking out.
  • Looking for some summer reading? How about some conservation fiction—or rather, fiction “that Acknowledges the Existence of Conservation and Conservators” [via @Dailyarchivist].
  • The Woruldhord project: a great example of how to run a community collection online. The University of Oxford is asking the public, other collections, and academics to submit their images, docs, and any audio/video they would be happy to share with the rest of the world to further the study of Old English and the Anglo-Saxons between now and October 14th.

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