Netzrauschen #023 | The sufferings of the young Aaron Swartz

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Netzrauschen
  • Netzrauschen #023 | The sufferings of the young Aaron Swartz
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This episode of Netzrauschen is a recording of the keynote speech of mur.at Artist in Residence Ricardo Ginés at the OpenGLAM Kulturhackathon 2023 at the Fachhochschule St. Pölten. He speaks about his archiving work at Tactical Tech, the neglected spirit of Aaron Schwartz drawing connections to the docu movie „The Internet’s own boy“, physisists and historian Edward Witten and Paul Otlet and his „Mundaneum“, an institution which aimed to gather and classify all the world’s knowledge.

Foto Credit: Andreas Zingerle

Links zur Sendung:

https://www.openglam.at/en/why-is-archiving-so-unsexy-again-engl/

https://mur.at/post/2023-ricardogines/

Videoausschnitte im Keynote sind aus dem Film: „The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz“ (2014) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vz06QO3UkQ
Paul Otlet, co-fondateur du Mundaneum https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_oLH0B9Sac
Gestaltung: Andreas Zingerle

Ton & Signation: Gernot Tutner

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