How do we archive digital content? Who decides what’s worth archiving? Where does it live and what is an internet archive? Can people use digital archives as evidence in a court of law? Does anyone know why Facebook hasn’t been archived since 2011?
1:55 - 90% of all data has been created since 2016. That’s alot!
3:15 - How do we make sense of data?
4:12 - Biometric check ins with Delta and how companies are creating dynamic content. Remember this from episode 22?
6:42 - Remember the wayback machine? We talked about it on episode 17.
8:55 - Do you know Alexa’s origin story? Spoiler alert: Amazon acquired it in 1999.
13:00 - What’s the Internet Archive and why is it important?
14:54 - Why hasn’t Facebook been archived since 2011? No seriously, we want to know.
16:30 - What is ephemeral content?
17:10 - Who decides what’s worth archiving?
18:08 - Can an old website be used as evidence in a court of law?
21:05 - Did you know that more people are going to public libraries than they are movie theaters in 2019?
22:27 - Will digital archives stand the test of time?
What is Data Myths?
Uniting dataphiles and dataphobes one podcast at a time. Listen as the Gagnons interview industry leaders and startup founders, review new tech trends and products, and examine how data and technology drive our professional and personal worlds.