In the last few years, the Internet Archive (archive.org) has steered deeply into the worlds of software history, hacker presentations, and artifacts from all parts of technology's past and present. <a href="https://xi.hope.net/speakers.html#Jason Scott">Jason Scott</a>, the Archive's software curator and inside man, walks through both the current stacks of technology and hacker culture history and reveals in what directions the nonprofit library hopes to expand. Lots of amusing imagery and endless lost weekends will ensue.
Jason Scott Jason Scott's official title at the Internet Archive is "free-range archivist", which means he spends a very large amount of time acquiring a very large amount of data. He founded textfiles.com in 1998 and continues to warp minds daily as a result.