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07 MAY 2010

Internet Archive: Wayback Machine

"Browse through over 150 billion web pages archived from 1996 to a few months ago. To start surfing the Wayback, type in the web address of a site or page where you would like to start, and press enter. Then select from the archived dates available. The resulting pages point to other archived pages at as close a date as possible."

(The Internet Archive)

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Simon Perkins
30 DECEMBER 2008

The Smithsonian Institute''s experimental object repository

"The Smithsonian Institute's 'HistoryWired: A few of our favorite things' is an experimental programme through which you can take a virtual tour of selected objects from the vast collections of the National Museum of American History. The 450 items are clustered into groups such as home, clothing, business, computers,... and linked to attributes such as politics, medicine, and science. Users can click to get more details, search by attributes or filter by time period. This novel web site invites users to record their level of interest for items, which grow in size as they get higher scores."

(Shiralee Saul, 2002)

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Simon Perkins
13 OCTOBER 2008

The Internet Archive

"The Internet Archive is a 501(c)(3) non–profit that was founded to build an Internet library, with the purpose of offering permanent access for researchers, historians, and scholars to historical collections that exist in digital format. Founded in 1996 and located in the Presidio of San Francisco, the Archive has been receiving data donations from Alexa Internet and others. In late 1999, the organization started to grow to include more well–rounded collections. Now the Internet Archive includes texts, audio, moving images, and software as well as archived web pages in our collections.
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The Internet Archive is working to prevent the Internet – a new medium with major historical significance – and other "born–digital" materials from disappearing into the past."
(The Internet Archive)

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Simon Perkins
11 DECEMBER 2004

Object Memory Archive: A Structured-repository Of Personal Objects

"OMA is an internet–based project to which users can make audio–visual contributions, and navigate and view their own and other people's entries. These entries can be interactively arranged according to various semantic categories. The purpose is an easily accessible distributed platform for everyone who wants to archive and share important events in their life where such events are associated with specific objects. These objects then become the place–holders and psycho–physical focus for the events and memories that are precious to us."
(Agnes Hegedüs)

OMA is a QUT artist–in–residence work by Agnes Hegedus, created in collaboration with Grace Peng, Johanes Soetanto, Dave Wallace.

The "Object Memory Archive" is a project created by Agnes Agnes Hegedüs as an on–line development of her earlier works "Their Things Spoken" and "Things Spoken".

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2004Agnes HegedusDavid Wallace • Grace Peng • Johanes Soetanto • MAAP • memoryObject Memory Archiveobjects • OMA • psycho-physical • QUTSimon Perkinssouvenirstructured-repositoryTheir Things SpokenThings Spoken
20 JANUARY 2004

The Constellations publishing application: associative and dialogic

The Constellations publishing application is an instance of the Constellations Project. It is a structured repository whose organisational approach has been informed by an understanding of Mikhail Bakhtin''s Heteroglossia. In this way the application was an effort to facilitate the publication of user contributions through employing an associative and dialogic method. The Constellations application first went live in December 2003 and now represents the prototype for the post Web 2.0 Folksonomy version 1.0 and Folksonomy version 2.0 web applications.

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