Databite No. 37: Aaron Straup Cope

why the cultural heritage community is jealous of the NSA


05.14.15 - 12:00 pm

Data & Society
New York, NY

Databites are Data & Society's weekly lunch conversations focused on unresolved questions and timely topics of interest to our community. To request an invitation, please email events at data society dot net.

Aaron Straup Cope on why the cultural heritage community is jealous of the NSA:

Aaron will tell us about The Pen as a way to open a conversation about cultural heritage institutions’ relation to data collection and preservation and about the possibilities of the archive. What kinds of data and intellectual property should museums be collecting? What happens when digital technology makes it possible to collect and store museum visitors’ data?

Links:

Strategies against architecture: interactive media and transformative technology at Cooper Hewitt

The Museum of the Future Is Here

history is time breaking up with itself

the holodeck of motive

 

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