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Cast-offs from the Golden Age
Melanie Swalwell, Erik Loyer
Excerpt from most recent thread:
"Are your browser's security settings the problem? If so, try adding the site to your "trusted sites" list (under "Internet Options", then "Security" in IE - don't forget to add www."
- Melanie Swalwell, Victoria University of Wellington, 5.27.2006
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Jeffrey T. Schnapp
Excerpt from peer response:
"One of the most interesting feature of the project’s form, to my mind, is its distributed existence as print artifact and electronic website."
- N Katherine Hayles, UCLA, Los Angeles, 4.20.2006
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Digital Dynamics Across Cultures
Kim Christen & Chris Cooney, Alessandro Ceglia
Excerpt from peer response:
"It links the site’s information to a broader set of questions about sharing, reticence, “public” versus “private,” and the impact of new technologies on all of the above."
- Michael F. Brown, Williams College, 4.20.2006
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Hurricane Digital Memory Bank
Center for History and New Media
Excerpt from most recent thread:
"One distinct difference between this site and the Wikipedia is that once a story is submitted, the site editors lock the submission so no one else may change the words."
- Sheila Brennan, George Mason University, 5.17.2006
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Objects of Media Studies
Amelie Hastie, Raegan Kelly
Excerpt from most recent thread:
"Yet like a circle, the ever changing content keeps the viewer interested and eventually takes him/her full circle through the entire discussion, but is not so rigid as to make the user feel trapped in the project."
- Jess and Elissa, Los Angeles, 10.9.2007
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Panorama Ephemera
Rick Prelinger, Raegan Kelly
Excerpt from most recent thread:
"The second aspect of his project, where the most substance lies, is in the delineation of the four aspects of archiving ephemeral films."
- B N, Los Angeles, 10.9.2007
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Slavery's Ephemera
Judith Jackson Fossett, Erik Loyer
Excerpt from most recent thread:
"The initial page, a map/trail leading from Oaklawn to New Orleans, drew me into the texts and images."
- Vanessa Vobis, Santa Rosa, CA, 5.22.2006
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The Agrippa Files
Agrippa Files Editorial Team
Excerpt from peer response:
"I see it mostly as a model tool for academic research and peer-to-peer discussion, which may be OK as a goal."
- Huhtamo Erkki, UCLA, 4.20.2006
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