Exciting news about the Wayback Machine!
If our early webpages for Judson College (home.judson.edu) in Marion, Alabama, look “home-made,” it’s because they were! We had such fun learning how to make them and such excitement every time we published a new page to the web. Thanks, Internet Archive, for saving these memories and adding the keyword search! For the last 15 years,…
Wayback Machine Hits 400,000,000,000! A Judson College 1999 Digital Scrapbook
What I think is going to be just a cursory glance at the archived pages always turns into hours of clicking and remembering! Thank you, Internet Archive – how amazing that all this has survived! We knew that our Judson College website being archived, but did not pay much attention. The old pages looked very…
Digital Scrapbooking – WordPress, Cvillepedia, Wayback Machine – Lasting history of Jackson-Via ES in Cville
In 2009 a class at WriterHouse on WordPress publishing got me interested in an after-school computer club at Jackson-Via Elementary School. One thing led to another and soon
Searching for Lincoln Normal School in Marion, Alabama? Find it on the WayBack Machine!
I realized recently that the ruthk.net website had outlived it usefulness, so I took it down and mapped the domain to this WordPress blog. In addition to hosting websites for several non-profit organizations, the ruthk.net web space hosted some Judson WebCenter websites that had been located on the old home.judson.edu server before the makeover in…
Week 9 – Know Thyself | Maybe dementia has no “self” to steal
Today I am fine, and I will enjoy this moment! If we have no “selves” to lose, perhaps living in the present rather than dwelling on the past
Week 1 #edcmooc | Utopia or dystopia?
I am so glad that I prepared for eLearning and Digital Cultures by visiting the Wayback Machine and putting together a timeline of my history as an educator using the Web!