Digital technologies have allowed an unprecedented leap in the capacity to generate and store information. The volume of data that can be stored and disseminated grows by the day. As a result, dilemmas emerge regarding the new functions and problem issues being faced by archives.
The Digital Noah’s Ark
The net is taking root as the dominant paradigm for the digital repository, but can the Internet really replace archives?
The Digital Black Hole (DBH)
Luis Ángel Fernández Hermana
It is estimated that around four fifths of the information and knowledge generated on the Internet since its creation has disappeared.
Interview with Rick Prelinger
“Archiving is a new folk art”. Interview with Kenneth Goldsmith
Maria Farràs | Kenneth Goldsmith
What will our future memories be? Interview with Sharon Macdonald
We must break down the usual assumptions about what is held in a museum and who decides what is collected, that is, what is preserved.