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Netcapsule ⏳
"Netcapsule is a digital time capsule. The purpose of netcapsule is to use the internet and the domain name to collect & archive text & digital objects from many individuals throughout the course of one year. Thereafter, the netcapsule will be sealed & locked for 20 years. After 20 years, the netcapsule will unlock for public exhibition in 2037."
via:tealtan  timecapsules  internet  archives  netcapsule 
january 2017 by robertogreco
Improving Reality 2012 : Joanne Mcneil
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"Google privileges the relevant over the new — and our search habits on the web work the same. Why might I have guessed that after sitting there abandoned for thirty years, it would be gone just as I had the chance to see it? I made the mistake the people using that Haiti image had done — confused the past for the present.

I went out anyway, to see for myself, see the place in context, see if there was anything left. I stood there looking at my iPhone with Google Earth satellites telling me I should be in the middle of this fantastic place. But I was only standing in the pieces of what used to be.

The web has changed the way we think of time. We see examples of contemporary culture remixing the past, present, and future in celebrity holograms, instagram filters, WW2 in real time tweets."
improvingreality  leilajohnston  warrenellis  anajain  taiwan  taipei  sanzhr  images  ursualeguin  memory  conversation  community  accessibility  lifespan  mutability  timecapsules  timelines  friendster  reality  twitter  instagram  atemporality  newness  relevance  culture  web  google  search  perception  time  joannemcneil  2012  via:litherland 
september 2012 by robertogreco
Photojojo's Photo Time Capsule: Your old photos are wonderful again!
"Setup the Time Capsule with your email & Flickr account. (60 seconds, tops) Once a week, enjoy an email with your photos from a year ago."
flickr  nostalgia  memory  email  photography  time  timecapsules  webapp  free  via:preoccupations  timeshifting 
february 2008 by robertogreco
Conceptual Trends and Current Topics - How Not to Do a Time Capsule
"should attempt to preserve...things that have no fans, enthusiasts, one to care for them...artifacts people find dumb, stupid, worthless, insignificant...stuff that won't be saved, and will therefore be of prime interest in 100 years."
timecapsules  time  memory  preservation  kevinkelly  history  future 
january 2008 by robertogreco

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