Webrecording: Weeks Five & Six

I am not sure what this post has to do with equity,  but it definitely has something to do with exploring.  I am using the free program, Webrecorder, to archive all the links on the introductory post for weeks five and six of #unboundeq.

I am doing this because, of late, as I explore my own blog and the so-called archived material there, I find so much has been broken by the web. Webrecorder, according to the their website, is an open source tool that

… takes a new approach to web archiving by “recording” network traffic and processes within the browser while the user interacts with a web page. Unlike conventional crawl-based web archiving methods, this allows even intricate websites, such as those with embedded media, complex Javascript, user-specific content and interactions, and other dynamic elements, to be captured and faithfully restaged.

As best I can, I have archived all the material in the post including the videos. This makes everything downloadable and useful if you play it in the free webrecorder software that is available. Forever…or as close to that as is possible. I’d give it five years.

#EquityUnbound:Weeks 5-6

I am not sure what this post has to do with equity, but it definitely has something to do with exploring. I am using the free program, Webrecorder, to archive all the links on the [introductory post for weeks five and six of #equityunbound](http://unboundeq.creativitycourse….

One of the side benefits of doing this is that it got me to read and watch everything at least once. Another is that I can upload this to my Internet Archive account and share it with others…for a long time.  This is part of my beginning efforts to archive more usefully.The web recording is about 200 megs. You can download it and then play it with the free player or just use the embed above to access it.  You can also download it as a .torrent file as well from the Internet Archive link above.