Hi, my name is Ed Summers, and I am a software developer with two decades of experience working at the intersection of libraries, archives and the World Wide Web. I study and work with the Web as a sociotechnical system, with an eye to its evolving architecture and practices of curation and preservation. I work at the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities and am a PhD Candidate in the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland.
If you want to get in touch please email me at email@example.com. You can also find me on Twitter as @edsu, Mastodon as @firstname.lastname@example.org and Scuttlebutt as @n2ax/dvrm+u76UhEv6aN0MzlH0Zw7o0MOd5QIHjouSw=.ed25519
This is a list of projects that I’m actively working on. It’s not meant to be a fine grained list of tasks–I use other collaborative tools like Trello and Asana for that. It’s simply a place to write down the high level things that I’m actively engaged with, in an arbitrary order, so I can get them out of my head.
- Documenting the Now Development
- Unlocking the Airwaves Development
- Lakeland Community Archive Development
- SavePageNow Research
- Enacting Appraisal (NSRL)
- Computer Programming: Control, Structure and Ethics