Archiving & Archive:
-collection containing records, documents, or other materials of historical interest.
-a place where public records or other historical documents are kept.
-a repository for stored memories or information.
-to place or store in an archive.
-a single file containing one or (usually) more separate files plus information to allow them to be extracted (separated) by a suitable program. Archives are usually created for software distribution or backup. tar is a common format for Unix archives, and arc or PKZIP for MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows.
-to transfer files to slower, cheaper media (usually magnetic tape) to free the hard disk space they occupied. This is now normally done for long-term storage but in the 1960s, when disk was much more expensive, files were often shuffled regularly between disk and tape.
-ARCHIVED ORIGINAL: Material, hardware, or software used in the first incarnation of the work.
-STORED: Material, hardware, or software that has been warehoused for future use as long as it remains viable.
-MIGRATED: Material, hardware, or software upgraded to its contemporary equivalent, often sacrificing the exact look or form of the original.
-EMULATED: Material or hardware rebuilt to imitate the impression conveyed by the original work, or software run in a special programming environment that imitates the original one.
-practice and science of classification.-trees, groupings, subgroups, hierarchical structure.
-practice and method of collaboratively creating and managing tags to annotate, index and categorize content.-collaborative tagging, social classification, social indexing, social tagging.
-exercise or activity for amusement or recreation.
-fun or jest, as opposed to seriousness: I said it merely in play.
-a space in which something, as a part of a mechanism, can move.
-freedom of movement within a space, as of a part of a mechanism.
-freedom for action, or scope for activity: full play of the mind.
-deep play is the ecstatic form of play. In its thrall, all the play elements are
visible, but they’re taken to intense and transcendent heights.
-deeper, transcendent form of play.
-mutual or reciprocal action, effect, or influence.
-interacting with a human user, often in a conversational way, to obtain data or commands and to give immediate results or updated information.
-of or pertaining to a two-way system of electronic communications, as by means of television or computer.
-a term describing a program whose input and output are interleaved, like a conversation, allowing the user’s input to depend on earlier output from the same run.
-acting or capable of acting on or influencing each other.
-when a message is related to a number of previous messages and to the relationship between them.
-developing usually electronic forms of media regarded as being experimental.
-any interactive media, esp. electronic mass media combined with computers; also, this combination as a profession.
-gone by in time and no longer existing.
-events of an earlier time.
-history of something or someone.
-an event or action that leads to another event.
-a separate introductory section to a literary or musical work.
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