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Auto-delete system aims to keep communications forever hidden from the public, a watchdog group claims.
Politics
Featuring a dancing duck, Donald Trump and Stephen Colbert.
Videos
You won’t believe what happened at these Republican Conventions.
Culture & Arts
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Archive, 1986-1993 Photography Courtesy of Auctionata, The Superhero Sale Catalogue Additionally
Tech
It is not uncommon that we no longer possess or have easy access to the technologies able to read the media on which the artist's or writer's work resides. These kinds of concerns are part of efforts to archive operating systems.
Books
Nearly a century after becoming the first international movie star, Charlie Chaplin continues to hold court as the superlative of slapstick and one the most influential comedic filmmakers in history.
Queer Voices
How can a boy who's gay, and is fighting for the right to be gay, remain in a country where the whole concept "LGBTQ" doesn't exist? Where, if a boy loves another boy, or if a girl kisses another girl, the only place for them is a B-list comedy?
Culture & Arts
"The minute I saw those two photographs, I said, 'Oh, my lord, that's fabulous. How can I make that happen?'" says Lucinda Bunnen, recalling when she discovered two damaged slides while winnowing her archives of 60 years.
Culture & Arts
Someone who is at home walking the streets south of 14th Street, the cobblestones of Greenwich Village and SoHo and the black-top of the Lower East Side.
Politics
With the decision pending in just a couple of weeks on Library #14 for President #44, the binding force of these successive projects is the fact that there is not and never should be a single political narrative. Such shifting values rely instead on the bedrock of freedom to sustain the dynamic bonds of the social contract it upholds.
Culture & Arts
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Tech
One thing in family history is certain - there is always something more to uncover and another story to tell. Technology and innovation will only push forward our ability to discover something more.
Videos
"You have to see it to believe it" indeed! Ripley's archivist Edward Meyer joins HuffPost Live and brings along some wacky items, including sculptures made from nail clippings and chewed gum, extreme clothing and dressed up cockroaches.
Impact
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Black Voices
The material is structured, well edited and devoid of academic jargon. Yet, it took me almost four days to read the book.