"The Internet Before the Web: Preserving Early Networked Cultures"

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"The Internet Before the Web: Preserving Early Networked Cultures"
Connecting to the museum’s “NYC 1993” exhibit, this talk looks at the early-’90s networks, such as the Thing, that predated the Internet. Participants include digital conservator Ben Fino-Radin, archivist Jason Scott, and artist and Thing founder Wolfgang Staehle.


Event phone: 212-219-1222
Event website: http://newmuseum.org
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Luke McArthur

Bloody interesting. I'm a first year student studying B.A. Painting at Wimbledon College of Art in London, on my holidays to New York, I attended this, it was very well put together and a friendly environment was to be had amongst the talkers Wolfgang whom I had never heard of and Jason Scott who was quite the character and the pleasant suited man who works for Rhizome.