Lyndsey Moulds, Rhizome, USA
In this workshop, participants will learn about the present state of digital preservation, discuss their own existing or speculative archives of born-digital materials, and get hands-on experience with the open-source tools Rhizome is creating to meet present and future urgencies: Webrecorder, a tool to archive the ‘dynamic’ web; bwFLA/Emulation as a Service, a framework which easily delivers variable emulators via cloud CPUs; and Oldweb.Today, an app connecting remote browsers and existing web archives. This workshop is led by Lyndsey Jane Moulds, a software engineer and Rhizome’s software curator, leading research on next generation emulation technologies.
"Big Data, Little Narration," Rhizome Preservation Director Dragan Espenschied: http://rhizome.org/editorial/2014/oct/22/big-data-little-narration/
EaaS Example, The Theresa Duncan CD-ROMs: http://rhizome.org/editorial/2015/apr/17/theresa-duncan-cd-roms-are-now-playable-online/