Matthew Kirschenbaum Contributes to Library of Congress Report and Presents Work

November 5, 2013

‪Matthew Kirschenbaum has contributed a commissioned essay entitled "An Executable Past: The Case for a National Software Registry," among other recent work.

Matthew Kirschenbaum has contributed a commissioned essay entitled "An Executable Past: The Case for a National Software Registry" to a Library of Congress report on the preservation of software for cultural heritage.

http://blogs.loc.gov/digitalpreservation/2013/10/preserving-exe-report-toward-a-national-strategy-for-preserving-software/

To date, this fall he has also presented work in progress on his literary history of word processing at the CUNY Graduate Center and Harvard University, and appeared on a panel at the New Museum in New York City.‬‬‬