Thursday, September 25, 2014

Lessa Bouchard and Andy Hertzfeld Talk Archiving

Producer Lessa Bouchard sat down and had an interesting discussion about technology and memory with Andy Hertzfeld. For those of you that are quite a bit less geeky than I and didn't automatically squeal when you saw the name, Mr. Hertzfeld is a bit of a computer legend. He was one of the main authors of the original Macintosh operating system at Apple. He's basically one of the people to thank for getting us to use a mouse to click on icons on your desktop rather than type out commands on a command line. More recently, he's moved from computers to writing.

Lessa sat down with Mr. Hertzfeld and they recorded some interesting conversations around the A Moment (Un)Bound - check them out!

Where do you stand on digital versus physical collections? What book changed your life upon reading it? 

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