Digital Amnesia

Focusing on the vulnerability of digital data, Digital Amnesia ponders the sustainability of modern artefacts that have no material state. Notable archivists share their perspectives on the Digital Age and whether it poses great promise or great threat to the longevity of digital information and our collective memory.

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by New Philosopher on December 20, 2015

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