Article about ELL in Library of Congress Publication, The Signal

Article about ELL in Library of Congress Publication, The Signal

Preserving Vintage Electronic Literature November 13, 2013 by Mike Ashenfelder Dene (pronounced “Deenie”) Grigar’s mother was an artist who painted mainly with oils on canvas. But occasionally…

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Getting Ready for the Next Pathfinders Traversal

Getting Ready for the Next Pathfinders Traversal

The Electronic Literature Lab is the site where the research for Pathfinders:  Documenting the Experience of Early Digital Literature is taking place.  The project extends…

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Upcoming Visitors to ELL

Upcoming Visitors to ELL

We are hosting two tours of ELL during the month of August. The first is scheduled for the 30+ members of the Seattle Metro Chamber Leadership…

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Electronic Literature Preservation

Electronic Literature Preservation

I began collecting Apple computers when it occurred to me that some of the electronic literary work that I liked so much would not be…

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All the Macs Are Back Home

All the Macs Are Back Home

I got my Mac Plus back yesterday from repairs, thanks to my Mac Guru, Jeff, who has been overseeing the health of my Macs for…

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Vintage G3 iMacs Are Now Online Running Netscape Communicator

Vintage G3 iMacs Are Now Online Running Netscape Communicator

We can now show Talan Memmot’s Lexia to Perplexia and other works of electronic literature requiring Netscape Communicator in the lab, thanks to our terrific…

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Visitors to ELL

Visitors to ELL

I invited Nathan Stahlman and Jim Voorhies, from Instructional Technologies, Inc. (ITI),  to visit the lab today to show them the computers and talk about…

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Getting Ready for Pathfinders

Getting Ready for Pathfinders

Big doings in ELL this week.  We are getting our Mac Plus back from repairs in time for the first Pathfinders’ traversal featuring Stuart Moulthrop….

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