Blog posts tagged twitter
Archiving social media accounts at SFO Museum – Take two
It fosters a practice of actively requesting backups of our activity on these services, as opposed to relying on a mysterious automated system running in the background. I also like that it mirrors our own practice of building services and functionality, like the Mills Field website, from the same open data that we publish for other people to use.
This is a blog post by aaron cope. It was published on October 28, 2020 and tagged twitter, instagram, golang, socialmedia and tools.
The @SFOMuseum Twitter Archive
It is important to recognize that Bao’s work is not simply “non-institutional contextualization of digitized collection objects” but an important contribution, one that is central to the museum’s mission. Darren’s comments, though, served to highlight the fact that we haven’t done a great job of “capturing” or “archiving” any of it. Until now!
This is a blog post by aaron cope. It was published on March 06, 2019 and tagged socialmedia and twitter.