Mat Kelly (Old Dominion University) has written a thorough wrap-up of the Digital Preservation 2014 conference, held July 22-23 in Washington, D.C. Kelly’s post includes links to recordings of 25 of the talks given at DigiPres2014.
The conference organizers have also uploaded slides for all talks, which can be viewed by scrolling down to the schedule and clicking the “(PDF…)” link next to each time slot.
Finally, the keynote speakers have posted the text of their talks:
- Matt Kirschenbaum (Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities), “Software, It’s a Thing”
- Shannon Mattern (The New School), “Preservation Aesthetics”
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