“Hi. I’m Jason Scott, and I am trying to collect every AOL CD variation ever made.” Scott works for the Internet Archive, which is kind of like a museum for the Internet. And to him, these CDs are precious artifacts. “They are, in some ways, little time capsules about what online life was and why we wanted to get onto it so badly…. I’m doing it for generations beyond, so — there’s some kid who’s born right now who’s going to thank me, and you’re welcome, kid.” —NPR
How Social Media Silences Debate
Introduction to Twine (Tutorials by Vegetarian Zombie)
The YouTubers who blew the whistle on an anti-vax plot
The Price (ST:TNG Rewatch Season Three, Episode 7) Master Negotiator Beguiles Troi
Revisiting a Website I Created in 1996: Engineering Writing Centre (University of Toronto)
MoonBot (from the family steampunk bedtime RPG 2007-2013) vs. a crate and lamps.