The New Museum in NYC is holding a live-transfer exhibit to show the real-time archiving of art trapped on old media.
Jonathan Harris talks about how humanizing the web will create long-lasting ideas and content, and shares his latest digital storytelling project, Cowbird.
CBS Interactive's '48 Hours Mystery' encourages viewers to share comments about the episodes.
A copy of every webpage that's been posted on the internet is being stowed away in the Internet Archive, a physical library that takes the space of a small warehouse.
Tracey Molbert's latest work is a glimpse into her life through the various texts she's sent and received.
The Association of Independent Commercial Producers opened its annual program at MoMA with a short film screening and installation featuring archive footage.
D.C. punk band Fugazi sets out on the task of compiling all live footage and delivering it to anyone with an Internet connection and love of thrashing, pointing to the ongoing death of rarity.
A project to chronicle one of the most popular recreational pastimes is underway.
The US Library of Congress is acquiring the entire archive of Twitter messages.