“Dunkirk” director talks about the Spitfire

“Dunkirk” director, Christopher Nolan, talks to National Air and Space Museu curator, Jeremy Kinney, about one of the movie’s stars, the Spitfire. The movie is based on the real-life military operation that took place in France during WWII. The post “Dunkirk” director talks about the Spitfire appeared first on Smithsonian Insider.

August 2017, “Staff Pick” Project of the Month – IssabelPBX

For our August “Staff Pick” Project of the Month, we selected IssabelPBX, a Free Open Source Software that Unifies communications in a single platform and allows you to build communication tools for businesses. It is based on an Elastix® fork (currently purchased by 3CX) to provide the community with continuity, …

McConnell, Schumer, Ryan, Pelosi fact-checked clips featured in new TV News Archive collections

Today the Internet Archive’s TV News Archive unveils growing TV news collections focused on congressional leadership and top Trump administration officials, expanding our experimental Trump Archive to other newsworthy government officials. Together, all of the collections include links to more than 1,200 fact-checked clips–and counting–by our national fact-checking partners, FactCheck.org, …

Canadian Library Consortia OCUL and COPPUL Join Forces with Archive-It to Expand Web Archiving in Canada

The Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries (COPPUL) and the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) have joined forces in a multi-consortial offering of Archive-It, the web archiving service of the Internet Archive. Working together, COPPUL and OCUL are considering ways that they can significantly expand web archiving in …

Latest News: Library Launches Free WWI Webinar Series

The Library of Congress is commemorating the 100thanniversary of the United States’ entry into The Great War with a new free, online webinar series highlighting some of the Library’s most remarkable World War I resources, including documents, photographs, maps, and personal stories collected through the Veterans History Project. Click here …