Preservation of Digital Literature: From Stored to Reinvented Memory

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Regarding preservation, the digital age is the most fragile and complex context in the history of humanity. the added-value of digital technology is thus not where one expects. The digital medium is not a natural preservation medium, but digital technology makes us enter another universe which is a universe of reinvented and not stored memory. From this point of view, digital literature can be regarded as a good laboratory to address digital preservation: it makes it
possible to raise the good questions and presents the digital age as a move from a model of stored memory to a model of reinvented memory.

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Note: This article is based on a presentation given at E-Poetry 2009 titled "Preservation of Digital Literary Works: Another Model of Memory?"

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Patricia Tomaszek