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Now You Can Download 2,500 Japanese Woodblock Prints from the Library of Congress
The Library of Congress’s expansive digitization efforts makes more art available to a larger public.
Inside Bibliodiscotheque, the Library of Congress’s Event Series Celebrating Disco
We spoke to Gayle Osterberg about the program and its party finale with Gloria Gaynor.
The Library of Congress is Throwing a Disco Party
Capping a month-long series of movies, lectures, and events celebrating disco culture.
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There's a Major Typo on Trump's Official Inauguration Print
The Library of Congress quickly pulled the poster offline after realizing the Trump quote used "to" instead of "too."
Two Museums Duked It Out in a Twitter-Fueled Super Bowl Fight | Last Week in Art
Plus, breaking news: Did Mona Lisa have syphilis?
The Hidden Phenomenon That Could Ruin Your Old Discs
CDs and DVDs were sold to consumers as these virtually indestructible platters, but the truth, as exemplified by the “disc rot” phenomenon, is more complicated.
The Library of Congress Was Hacked Because It Hasn’t Joined the Digital Age
The Library of Congress’ aging IT infrastructure and mismanagement of both of funds and personnel have put the future of one of the nation’s greatest resources at risk.
How Digital Storage Is Changing the Way We Preserve History
Ancient hieroglyphics and scrolls have survived centuries, but digital storage is fragile.
25 New Films Get Archived to the American National Film Registry
The Library of Congress has spoken, and these ones made the cut.
StoryCorps Goes Global with New App Unveiled at TED
Founder Dave Isay gets his TED Prize Wish to create an enduring digital archive of human stories.
We've Completely Neglected to Preserve America's Silent Films
A staggering 70 percent of American feature films from 1912 to 1929 are thought to be lost forever.
Nine People You Want to Hang Out With from Pre-War Caucasus
Russia is a very different place that it used to be.
Adam Clark Estes