I’m a cultural artifact

The federal government recognizes Back-to-Iraq as a cultural artifact.

Well! Turns out that B2I is a cultural artifact. The Library of Congress’ MINERVA project (Mapping the INternet Electronic Resources Virtual Archive) has asked to include Back-to-Iraq.com in “the historic collection of the 2003 War on Iraq Internet materials.”

The Library will make this collection available to researchers onsite at Library facilities. The Library also wishes to make the collection available to offsite researchers by hosting the collection on the Library’s public access Web site. The Library hopes that you share its vision of preserving Web materials about the War and permitting researchers from across the world to access them.

I do share that vision, and I’m honored to be included.
The 2003 War on Iraq link doesn’t appear to up yet, but hopefully soon.

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  1. Channelling Capote

    I’ve a couple of much bigger posts in draft, but lest you think I’ve completely given up on you, here’s a quickie to keep things rolling: Retired mainstream media journalist Eric Enberg channels Capote and is amusingly self-deprecating in this…

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