December 5, 2020

Slides, Notes, and Tweets From Day Two of the 2011 Personal Digital Archiving Conference

The 2011 Personal Digital Archiving Conference at the Internet Archive in San Francisco concluded on Friday.

You can find the complete conference schedule here.

+ Tweets from the conference are using the hashtag #pda2011.

+ Session Notes by Diana Wakimoto (via The Waki Librarian)
Thanks Diana! Awesome job!

Hat Tips & Thanks: Bill Lefurgy and Scott Rosenberg
More reports, live blogs, pictures, etc. via Twitter.

Presenters/Presentations From Day Two

+ Keynote: Rudy Rucker, Sr. (science fiction author) Lifebox

+ Rich Gibson (Gigapan Project)

+ Mark Matienzo (Yale University Library) & Amelia Abreu (Information School, University of Washington)

+ Daniel Reetz (DIY Book Scanner) (Video via YouTube)

Presentations/Materials Were on the Lookout For

+ Keynote: Clifford Lynch (CNI)

+ Dwight Swanson (Center for Home Movies)

+ Devin Becker (University of Idaho) & Collier Nogues (University of California, Irvine)

+ Hong Zhang (University of Illinois):

+ Jason Zalinger (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

+ Aiden Doherty (Dublin City University)

+ Ed Feigenbaum, Stanford University

+ Christina Engelbart

+ Ted Nelson, (Xanadu): “How We Laughed: History, Keepage, Remembrance and Cram”

+ Cal Lee (University of North Carolina)

+ Richard Cox (University of Pittsburgh)

+ Dave Marvit (Vice President, Fujitsu Laboratories of America)

+ Gordon Bell (Microsoft Research)

+ Linda Branagan, PhD (Director, Telemedicine Products, Medweb)

+ Khaled Hassounah (MedHelp)

+ Kam Woods (University of North Carolina)

+ Sam Meister (University of Maryland)

+ Elizabeth Churchill (Yahoo! Research)

Updates to This Post as We Learn of Slides and Other Materials Made Available Online
Please let us know if you learn where to access the materials from the presentations listed below.
Email: infodocket AT gmail.com

+ Materials from Day One

+ Video Archive and Tweets from the 2010 Conference at the bottom of this INFOdocket post.

About Gary Price

Gary Price (gprice@mediasourceinc.com) is a librarian, writer, consultant, and frequent conference speaker based in the Washington D.C. metro area. Before launching INFOdocket, Price and Shirl Kennedy were the founders and senior editors at ResourceShelf and DocuTicker for 10 years. From 2006-2009 he was Director of Online Information Services at Ask.com, and is currently a contributing editor at Search Engine Land.

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