Internet Archaeology

Published June 2, 2010 by Molly


One of Emma Balkind’s many notable efforts is her appearance onInternet Archaeology, an archive of “graphic artifacts found within earlier Internet Culture” established in 2009 and with a purpose of preserving these artifacts to “acknowledge their importance in understanding the beginnings and birth of an Internet Culture.”

To which we can only say: heck yes!

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2 comments so far

  1. Pulled Up says:

    Thank you so much for the attention! I would just like to correct you on one point – I am just a featured artist in the Guest Galleries on Internet Archaeology. The founder of the website is Ryder Ripps:

    Hope maybe you can make a new post which represents his awesome work!!

  2. Molly says:

    Oops! Thanks for the correction. Will do!