Hi! My name is Ed Summers and this is my website. I’m a software developer, teacher and researcher working at the intersection of libraries, archives and the World Wide Web. I’m interested in how the Web functions as a sociotechnical system, especially with regard to memory practices such as curation and preservation. I am currently working 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.
This is a list of projects I’m working on at the moment. It’s not meant to be a fine grained list of tasks–I use other collaborative tools 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 see them change over time.
- Documenting the Now
- Unlocking the Airwaves
- Lakeland Community Archive
- Social Life of Web Archives (SLoWA)
- Teaching: Digital Curation, Introduction to Programming, Object Oriented Programming