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Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Neil Young

Briggs was living in Toronto at the time and had started a studio called Thunder Sound. He recorded the Massey Hall show. He thought this live show should have come out right away and was disappointed and disagreed with my decision to instead put out Harvest-he thought it was not as good as the Massey Hall recording.
"It's great, Neil," Briggs said. "Put it out there." But that was not to be.
When I heard the show thirty-four years later while reviewing tapes for my archive performance series, I was a little shocked-I agreed with David. After listening, I felt his frustration. This was better than Harvest. It meant more. He was right. I had missed it. He understood it. David was usually right, and when I disagreed with him, I was usually wrong. Every time I go into the studio or onstage, he is missed. — Neil Young

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Lady Gaga

The fashion I've acquired over the years is so sacred to me - from costumes to couture, high fashion to punk wear I've collected from my secret international hot spots. I keep everything in an enormous archive in Hollywood. — Lady Gaga

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Glenn Greenwald

Taken in its entirety, the Snowden archive led to an ultimately simple conclusion: the US government had built a system that has as its goal the complete elimination of electronic privacy worldwide. Far from hyperbole, that is the literal, explicitly stated aim of the surveillance state: to collect, store, monitor, and analyze all electronic communication by all people around the globe. The agency is devoted to one overarching mission: to prevent the slightest piece of electronic communication from evading its systemic grasp. — Glenn Greenwald

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Victoria Schwab

The Archive makes us monsters. And then it breaks the ones who get too strong, and buries the ones who know too much. — Victoria Schwab

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Erika Johansen

The mark of the true hero is that the most heroic of his deeds is done in secret. We never hear of it. And yet somehow, my friends, we know. - Father Tyler's Collected Sermons, FROM THE ARVATH ARCHIVE — Erika Johansen

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Dara Horn

I'm a person who always wanted to turn my life into an archive. Social media made my dream come true. — Dara Horn

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Tristan Perich

If you're going to download an MP3, as a recording, it's sort of like an archive of something that has happened - that has a beginning and an end and can be released. The infiniteness escaped. — Tristan Perich

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Bill Bryson

Every living thing is an elaboration of a single original plan. As humans we are mere increments - each of us a musty archive of adjustments, adaptations, modifications and providential tinkerings stretching back to 3,8 billion years. Remarkably we are even quite closely related to fruit and vegetables. About half the chemical functions that take place in a banana are fundamentally the same as the chemical functions that place in you. It cannot be said too often: all life is one. That is, and I suspect will ever prove to be, the most profound true statement there is. — Bill Bryson

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Victoria Schwab

I am still frozen when he reaches out and brushes a finger over the three lines etched into the surface of my ring, then twists one of his own rings to reveal a cleaner but identical set of lines. The Archive's insignia. When I don't react - because no fluid lie came to me and now it's too late - he closes the gap between us, close enough that I can almost hear the bass again, radiating off his skin. His thumb hooks under the cord around my throat and guides my key out from under my shirt. It glints in the twilight. Then he fetches the key from around his own neck.
"There," he says cheerfully. "Now we're on the same page. — Victoria Schwab

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Victoria Schwab

Four years of service, and the Archive is still so full of secrets - some big, like altering; some small, like this. The more of them I learn, the more I realize how little I know, and the more I wonder about the things I have been told. The rules I have been taught. — Victoria Schwab

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Joan Fontcuberta

Photography mirrored the [nineteenth century] will towards rigor, towards defining details, the need for miniscule description, the long-distance optics, for technology at the service of truth, for concepts of credibility, of objectivity, the need to archive, for the consolidation of institutions like the museum, in short, towards a need to control memory ... — Joan Fontcuberta

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Jose Saramago

It is an archive ... You probably get rooms like this in even the most modern of offices, like a rusty anchor chained to the past and with no purpose in life. — Jose Saramago

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Redd Foxx

What's an archive, son? Is that anything like a closet? — Redd Foxx

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Dan Duffy

I unloaded several archive boxes from my trunk and began filling one with books. They compiled a cross-section of the counter-culture bestseller list of the sixties and seventies: Stranger in a Strange Land, The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, Walden, On the Road, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee and Catch 22. I — Dan Duffy

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Evan Parker

There's an institution here called the National Sound Archive, and there's a character who works there, Paul Wilson. He takes a very special interest in the history of the music and advised Martin Davidson of the existence of these tapes. — Evan Parker

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Leo Tolstoy

APPENDIX SOME WORDS ABOUT WAR AND PEACE (Published in Russian Archive, 1868) — Leo Tolstoy

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Gary Wolf

The fondest dream of the information age is to create an archive of all knowledge. You might call it the Alexandrian fantasy, after the great library founded by Ptolemy I in 286 BC. — Gary Wolf

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Victoria Schwab

Now, as I look around at a room filled not only with boxes but plenty of its own marks, I want to know the stories behind them. Or rather, a part of me wants to know those stories. The other part of me thinks that's the worst idea in the world, but I don't listen to that part. Ignorance may be bliss, but only if it outweighs curiosity. Curiosity is a gateway drug to sympathy, Da's warning echoes in my head, and I know; but there are no Histories here to feel sympathy for. Which is exactly why the Archive wouldn't approve. They don't approve of any form of recreational reading. — Victoria Schwab

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Victoria Lane

Victoria Lane: What hints or tips would you give for other artists who are starting a negotiation with an institution for their archive?

Barbara Stevini: I would tell them they need to work out what would they like their archive to do and for whom. It's actually the same questions I would ask when going into any institution or doing a placement - what is the context? What is the motivation I have for a placement there? What is the motivation of that hosting organisation to receive it? Is there any fusion of appropriately motivated endeavor from which something can happen from the placement of an archive here, for both parties concerned? I think those questions to be asked about doing anything at all, otherwise you're contaminating the planet aren't you? — Victoria Lane

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Hermann Hesse

It is understandable that there has been a good deal of joking about purely learned works of this type. Their actual value for the future of scholarship and for the people as a whole cannot be demonstrated. Nevertheless, scholarship, as was true for art in the olden days, must indeed have far-flung grazing grounds, and in pursuit of a subject which interests no one but himself a scholar can accumulate knowledge which provides colleagues with information as valuable as that stored in a dictionary or an archive. — Hermann Hesse

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Eric Drooker

Typically your work will end up in a museum [after] you're dead. And maybe that's the function of a museum. It's an archive of your work after you're dead. — Eric Drooker

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Paul Theroux

I can't predict how reading habits will change. But I will say that the greatest loss is the paper archive - no more a great stack of manuscripts, letters, and notebooks from a writer's life, but only a tiny pile of disks, little plastic cookies where once were calligraphic marvels. — Paul Theroux

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Seanan McGuire

His sophomore Creative Writing class was as silent as a room full of teenagers could be, only whispering and shuffling a little as they tried to complete their papers. This wasn't one of the "easy A" electives, and he usually got the kids who were serious about the idea of being better writers. Half of them just wanted to get better so they could improve their Pacific Rim hurt/comfort fanfic, but there was nothing wrong with that. Besides, one of them had let slip that a good portion of the class was posting on Archive of Our Own, and he'd spent a few nights with a beer in his hand, learning more about his students. He hadn't read the NC-17 pieces - there were professional limits - and yet he felt he respected them more as writers because he'd seen what they were capable of when they weren't being graded. — Seanan McGuire

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Shannon Mullen

He nods, looking through the pictures on the screen on the back of his camera. Some relationships can only exist as memories. But unlike ephemeral digital images that can be sorted and deleted, we can't erase the past. We have to learn to live with all the images that are stored in love's archive, memories tagged good and bad. No Photoshopping. Accept the negative before moving forward. — Shannon Mullen

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Edmund De Waal

There is something about the burning of all those letters that gives me pause: why should everything be made clear and be brought into the light? Why keep things, archive your intimacies? Why not let thirty years of shared conversation go spiralling in ash up into the air of Tunbridge Wells? Just because you have it does not mean you have to pass it on. Losing things can sometimes gain you a space in which to live. — Edmund De Waal

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Raisa Gorbacheva

A sociologist without an archive is like a person without a memory. — Raisa Gorbacheva

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Garth Nix

VIDEO ARCHIVE- INTERVIEW 24768 . GOLD-EYE I like trees ... grass ... only birds in sky. People walking safe. Family No Creatures. Sleep all night safe. Walk under sun in own place. Grow plants. Build. Be father with mother. Have Children. A place like Petar told me. Home. After Change goes back ... I want home. — Garth Nix

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Marthe Jocelyn

I depended on you....You're older, you're supposed to be my...my archive. That's what sisters do, remember for each other. — Marthe Jocelyn

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Sugar Ray Leonard

I am excited to share my archive pictures and footage. I'll also share announcements about current events and success stories from the Sugar Ray Leonard Foundation to help fight diabetes and child obesity. — Sugar Ray Leonard

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Seth Godin

Social Networking that matters is helping people archive their goals. Doing it reliably and repeatability so that over time people have an interest in helping you achieve your goals. — Seth Godin

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By John Howe

I have a website because it's an interesting tool, very - and quite unexpectedly - useful for my work. It's become an archive and a fairly complete on-line portfolio, as well as offering an opportunity to write a little. — John Howe

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Alice Walker

I gave my archive to Emory University because there's a really dear friend who teaches there, Rudolph Byrd, and he's the editor. — Alice Walker

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Jason Wu

I woke up one day and I was like, "I don't have anything to save for myself for the future." That's when I started archiving things. I take four or five things that are really key to each collection, and I restore them or, in some cases, remake parts of them, and archive them. — Jason Wu

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Mona Simpson

My first job was to run a concessions cart. Later, I found a position at the Pacific Film Archive. Thus began a long series of jobs, each one slightly better than the last, that continued for a decade, until I sold my first novel, and still goes on, even now. — Mona Simpson

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Susan Meissner

we, as a society, archive our history. We don't want to forget where we've been and what we've seen. The past informs us, and can easily transform us, if we choose to let it. Q. — Susan Meissner

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Svetlana Alexievich

Pretty soon, I'll be decomposing into phosphorous, calcium, and so on. Who else will you find to tell you the truth? All that's left are the archives. Pieces of paper. And the truth is... I worked at an archive myself, I can tell you first hand: paper lies even more than people do. — Svetlana Alexievich

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Terence McKenna

Psychedelics are not flashlights into the chaos of the Freudian unconscious, they are tools for mathematically unpacking your mind into a higher dimensional space. In the Newtonian and print created space that we are walking around in you, are like a self extracting archive, that hasn't self extracted itself yet. — Terence McKenna

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Ian Mortimer

W. H. Auden once suggested that to understand your own country you need to have lived in at least two others. One can say something similar for periods of time: to understand your own century you need to have come to terms with at least two others. The key to learning something about the past might be a ruin or an archive but the means whereby we may understand it is
and always will be
ourselves. — Ian Mortimer

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Julio Cortazar

The archive of supposed photocopies (I.E. memory) actually offers up strange creatures; the green paradise of childhood loves that Baudelaire recalled is for many a future in reverse, an obverse of hope in the face of the gray purgatory of adult loves. — Julio Cortazar

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Jim Butcher

The Denarians want to disrupt civilization, and with the Archive under their control, they could do it. Maybe they'd use biological or chemical weapons instead. Maybe they'd crash the world economy. Maybe they'd turn every program on television into one of those reality shows." "That's mostly done already, Harry. — Jim Butcher

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Halle Berry

I archive a lot of my clothes and have them wrapped up and in boxes. I call them 'little tombs' and keep them in a storage space ... I would never get rid of the dress I wore on the night I won my Oscar. When I die, someone can have it, but not a minute before! — Halle Berry

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Kate Voegele

I've always had a bazillion songs in my archive, but I want to play people stuff they know. Now that I have two albums' worth of material, that gives me freedom to compose a set that's more well-balanced and build a show rather than just a recital of some songs. — Kate Voegele

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Richard Fortey

Museums have no political power, but they do have the possibility of influencing the political process. This is a complete change from their role in the early days of collecting and hoarding the world to one of using the collections as an archive for a changing world. This role is not merely scientifically important, but it is also a cultural necessity. — Richard Fortey

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Jim Butcher

She might be the Archive, but she's still a kid, Kincaid."
He frowned and looked at me. "So?"
"So? Kids like cute."
He blinked at me. "Cute?"
"Come on."
I led him downstairs.
On the lower level of the Oceanarium there's an inner ring of exhibits, too, containing both penguins and
wait for it
sea otters.
I mean, come on, sea otters. They open abalone with rocks while floating on their backs.
How much cuter does it get than small, fuzzy, floating, playful tool users with big, soft brown eyes? — Jim Butcher

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Christopher Poole

For the longest time, the way that I had understood 4chan was this idea that the lack of an archive made the content really ephemeral, and it took me a while, but I finally realized that that's just totally wrong. — Christopher Poole

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Asif Kapadia

On 'Senna,' it got to the point where there was so much footage that our first editor had the wild suggestion that we only use the archive. — Asif Kapadia

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Indro Montanelli

Certainly, for a newspaper director, to have within arm's reach a Travaglio, about whom every starring actor, supporting cast and extra of Italian political life he is ready upon cold request to provide an inquiry brief refined in the most minute details is a nice comfort. But also a bit unsettling. The day I asked him if in that archive, into which no one is allowed to stick their nose, there were a brief with my name on it, Marco changed the subject. — Indro Montanelli

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Anne Rice

Everyone today has a story; the world's an archive. — Anne Rice

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Arthur C. Clarke

Since the first satellites had been orbited, almost fifty years earlier, trillions and quadrillions of pulses of information had been pouring down from space, to be stored against the day when they might contribute to the advance of knowledge. Only a minute fraction of all this raw material would ever be processed; but there was no way of telling what observation some scientist might wish to consult, ten, or fifty, or a hundred years from now. So everything had to be kept on file, stacked in endless airconditioned galleries, triplicated at the [data] centers against the possibility of accidental loss. It was part of the real treasure of mankind, more valuable than all the gold locked uselessly away in bank vaults. — Arthur C. Clarke

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Clifton Crais

In a sense our brains are like an archive, where material is well-preserved and properly catalogued, but also dissolves, or becomes re-shelved or misplaced, or in some cases never makes it there to begin with. — Clifton Crais

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Sara Sheridan

Archive material is vital to the writer of historical fiction. — Sara Sheridan

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Brandon Sanderson

Everywhere I step, I find only corners," Father whispered. "Slowly, they trap me. — Brandon Sanderson

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Jennifer Baumgardner

Online media is the future, and younger feminists are already instrumental in using social media and multi-media platforms on the web to document street harassment, archive and critique the media, and create art. — Jennifer Baumgardner

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Victoria Schwab

The Archive means that the past is never gone. Never lost. Knowing that, it's freeing. It gave me permission to always look forward. After all, we have our own Histories to write. — Victoria Schwab

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Roy Landau

For me, it does not 'miss' if (the Potteries Thinkbelt study) goes into the archive, not as an example of how railway carriages can be used for teaching, but as one of the most powerful question marks ever placed against the architecture of university education. — Roy Landau

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Anonymous

YouTube is still the big gorilla of online video, especially as an archive for work with lasting appeal and as a place where creators can make money from ads sold around their material. But Facebook's ability to use social connections to make content popular quickly, along with changes the social network has made to its news feed to showcase video better, have helped fuel rapid growth in the amount of video viewed on the service over the last year. — Anonymous

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Brewster Kahle

Wouldn't it be great if you could put all the published works online? The Internet Archive is trying to become useful as a modern-day digital library. — Brewster Kahle

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Cory Doctorow

if it's not in my email archive, I don't know it — Cory Doctorow

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Hasan M. Elahi

We're all creating an archive of our own lives, whether we're aware of it or not. — Hasan M. Elahi

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Terry Mancour

It's not a matter of the creature," explained Master Ulin, passionately. "It's a matter of their enneagrammatic remains, and what pathways you wish to exploit for the work. If an ordinant can transfer the pattern without the use of a benet, eschewing deracination of the living in favor of dissamuring from the enneagrammatic archive of the Grain with a suitably docimased bridewell, then both the ethical and practical issues of flagitation and paracletion are solved at once," he stated, triumphantly. "I have no idea what he just said," admitted Master Cormoran, drunkenly. "But damn, he said it well!" "It's — Terry Mancour

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Sara Sheridan

Research material can turn up anywhere - in a dusty old letter in an archive, a journal or some old photographs you find in a charity shop. — Sara Sheridan

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By George Arthur Crump

Right now our blog on the presence of tape at EMC World is seeing twice as much traffic as all the other EMC World related content. Why? Many of our readers are coming to the obvious conclusion that tape, despite the negative marketing, is still an optimal way to protect and archive their information ... — George Arthur Crump

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Slawomir Cenckiewicz

We know the secret police's methods, and the way the archive and registry were run - that's how we know. We've also found evidence from the Bolek file cited in other files. — Slawomir Cenckiewicz

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Akash Lakhotia

The difference between an achiever and a loser is,
An achiever never gives up, never settles and lastly never forgets. — Akash Lakhotia

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Italo Calvino

There is still, in fact, in Calvino's archive a drawer full of newspaper cuttings concerning scientific discoveries. As — Italo Calvino

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Dinesh D'Souza

I want to create the largest archive of great God debates in existence: a Web site that becomes a great resource for both Christians and atheists. — Dinesh D'Souza

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Heidi Julavits

I love this idea of the body as a trauma archive! — Heidi Julavits

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Victoria Schwab

Everything about Wesley Ayers is messy. My three worlds are kept apart by walls and doors and locks, and yet here he is, tracking the Archive into my life like mud. I know what Da would say, I know, I know, I know. But the strange new overlap is scary and messy and welcome. I can be careful. — Victoria Schwab

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Glenn Greenwald

Much of the Snowden archive revealed what can only be called economic espionage: eavesdropping and email interception aimed at the Brazilian oil giant Petrobras, economic conferences in Latin America, energy companies in Venezuela and Mexico, and spying by the NSA's allies - including Canada, Norway, and Sweden - on the Brazilian Ministry of Mines and Energy and energy companies in several other countries. — Glenn Greenwald

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Jim Lee

One of DC's strengths is our archive of storylines ranging from 'Watchmen' to 'Arkham Asylum' to 'Sandman.' — Jim Lee

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By David Byrne

It was rumored that the length of the CD was determined by the duration of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, because that was Norio Ohga's favorite piece of music, and he was the president of Sony at the time. Philips had designed a CD with an 11.5 cm diameter, but Ohga insisted that a disc must be able to hold the entire Beethoven recording. The longest recording of the symphony in Polygram's archive was 74 minutes, so the CD size was increased to 12 cm diameter to accommodate the extra data. — David Byrne

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Jill Lepore

Folklore used to be passed by word of mouth, from one generation to the next; that's what makes it folklore, as opposed to, say, history, which is written down and stored in an archive. — Jill Lepore

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Susan Sontag

My library is an archive of longings. — Susan Sontag

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Jimmy Fallon

Another scandal for Hillary Clinton - they're saying she used a private email address when she was secretary of state, which means the government couldn't archive and preserve her emails. Then Obama said, 'Don't worry, we saw them. We see everyone's emails.' — Jimmy Fallon

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Paul Stookey

Whether it's your own material or somebody else's material, it's essential that you identify with it thoroughly. It's like you want to archive it; you want to freeze it in time in terms of your perspective on it, then move on, because folk music is that volatile and comments not only on overall human concerns but also on the specifics. — Paul Stookey

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Bob Dylan

I was born very far from where I'm supposed to be, and so I'm on my way home. — Bob Dylan

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Moyra Davey

Dipping into the archive is always an interesting, if sometimes unsettling, proposition. It often begins with anxiety, with the fear that the thing you want won't surface. But ultimately the process is a little like tapping into the unconscious, and can bring with it the ambivalent gratification of rediscovering forgotten selves.
Rather than making new pictures why can't I just recycle some of these old ones? Claim "found" photographs from among my boxes? And have this gesture signify "resistance to further production/consumption"? (96) — Moyra Davey

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Akira Mizuta Lippit

Merleau-Ponty's painting inhabits the same rhetoric as early cinema: it makes the invisible visible, or rather it makes visibility visible; it forms from the thresholds of the visible and invisible world, an order, mode, or aesthetic of visuality. Not only of the small or fast, but of visibility as such. The visuality of the visible and the invisible is found in the mixture of the body and its world, of your body and your world, all your worlds, all your bodies in this world and all those others. Painting is the process by which the visuality of the visible and invisible is made manifest: "Painting mixes up all our categories in laying out its oneiric universe of carnal essences, of effective likenesses, of mute meanings." Each painting is a universal archive, a picture of the universe, a universal image - and like a dream. — Akira Mizuta Lippit

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Adlai E. Stevenson

The university is the archive of the Western mind, it's the keeper of the Western culture, ... the guardian of our heritage, the teacher of our teachers, ... the dwelling place of the free mind. — Adlai E. Stevenson

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Christopher Poole

What's unique about [4chan] is that it's anonymous, and it has no memory. There's no archive, there are no barriers, there's no registration ... That's led to this discussion that's completely raw, completely unfiltered. — Christopher Poole

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Avi Steinberg

The space itself - its piles of papers representing decades of tangled history - reminded me of all that I didn't know and couldn't know. This itself is part of the wisdom of archives. By creating a finite space, where some things are included, some omitted, an archive challenges you to examine its dusty spaces, but more importantly, to search for what has been entirely left out. — Avi Steinberg

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Melissa Jensen

So I went to history, where I paid a little attention,French, where I paid none, and then to art.
I convinced Ms. Evers that I (a) would benefit from outside time, and (b) should be excused from all further classes because I was running out of time at the archive and I needed to be there ASAP. I have no idea if she believed me. She wrote me a note anyway. — Melissa Jensen

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Jon Oringer

Rex is 60 years old with 13 million images and 10 million in archive. It's the first time we've had a historic archive to work with, which is super interesting. — Jon Oringer

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Aaron Swartz

We need to take information, wherever it is stored, make our copies and share them with the world. We need to take stuff that's out of copyright and add it to the archive. We need to buy secret databases and put them on the Web. We need to download scientific journals and upload them to file sharing networks ... With enough of us, around the world, we'll not just send a strong message opposing the privatization of knowledge - we'll make it a thing of the past. Will you join us? — Aaron Swartz

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Jean-Andre De Luc

We may observe in some of the abrupt grounds we meet with, sections of great masses of strata, where it is as easy to read the history of the sea, as it is to read the history of Man in the archives of any nation. — Jean-Andre De Luc

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Jeanette Winterson

Memories separated in time are often recalled side by side-there's an emotional connection that has nothing to do with the diary dates and everything to do with the feeling.
Remembering isn't like visiting a museum: Look! There's the long-gone object in a glass case. Memory isn't an archive. Even a simple memory is a cluster. Something that seemed so insignificant at the time suddenly becomes the key when we remember it at a particular time later. We're not liars or self-deceivers-OK, we are all liars and self-deceivers, but it's a fact that our memories change as we do.
Some memories, though, don't seem to change a all. They are sticky with pain. And even when we are not, consciously, remembering our memories, they seem to remember us. We can't shake free of their effect.
There's a great-term for that-the old present. These things happened in the past, but they're riding right up front with us every day. (245-6) — Jeanette Winterson

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Neil Young

My archive project is a multiedged sword. It is something I love doing, but it raises some questions about my motives in doing it. A writer accused me of building my archives just to further my own legend, whatever that is. I hope you don't believe that. What a shallow existence that would be! I remember reading that article saying that about me. It pissed me off. It's my life, and I am a collector. I collect everything: cars, trains, manuscripts, photographs, tape recordings, records, memories and clothes, to name a few. The fact that I want to create a chronological history of my recordings and supporting work is proof positive that I am an incurable collector, confronted with an amazingly detailed array of creations that I have painstakingly rat-holed over the years. — Neil Young

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Philip Roth

Of a terrible, the incomprehensible way one's most banal, incidental, even comical choices archive the most disproportionate result. — Philip Roth

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Jacques Derrida

It is to have a compulsive, repetitive, and nostalgic desire for the archive, an irrepressible desire to return to the origin, a homesickness, a nostalgia for the return to the most archaic place of absolute commencement — Jacques Derrida

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Antony Beevor

I'm often reassured in a bizarre - perhaps perverse - way when I find in the archive stuff that contradicts what my assumptions have been. That's interesting and exciting. — Antony Beevor

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Lev Manovich

We turn our own lives into an information archive by storing all our emails, SMS, digital photos, and other digital traces of our existence. — Lev Manovich

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Akira Mizuta Lippit

A shadow archive and an archive of shadows, the literary architectonic demands a resistance to excessive illumination. — Akira Mizuta Lippit

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Nick Mason

People simply don't have room, physical room, to keep, for instance, 2-inch tape in the sort of quantities that are required to hold a full archive. It's not just a matter of having three or four boxes, it's 40, 90 boxes of 2-inch tape, and very few people have the resources that sort of stuff properly. — Nick Mason

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Gary Snyder

All those years and their moments - Crackling bacon, slamming car doors, Poems tried out on friends, Will be one more archive, One more shaky text. — Gary Snyder

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Sara Sheridan

Archive material is a fabulous starting point - individual documents are like signposted roads, heading to a variety of intriguing possibilities. — Sara Sheridan

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Tom Stoppard

I don't keep a diary and I throw away nearly all the paper I might have kept. I don't keep an archive. There's something worrying about my make-up that I try to leave no trace of myself apart from my plays. — Tom Stoppard

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By James Madison

If there be a principle that ought not to be questioned within the United States, it is that every man has a right to abolish an old government and establish a new one. This principle is not only recorded in every public archive, written in every American heart, and sealed with the blood of American martyrs, but is the only lawful tenure by which the United States hold their existence as a nation. — James Madison

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Anthony Heilbut

No doubt even more unforeseen denouements lie in somebody's archive, though few remain to care about them. — Anthony Heilbut

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Zac Goldsmith

By uploading 40 years of 'Ecologist' editions online, we will be creating the world's most extensive ecological archive. 'The Ecologist' will continue to set the environmental and political agenda here and abroad. — Zac Goldsmith

Archive.lovingyou Quotes By Pete Seeger

I was working for Alan Lomax in the Library of Congress folk song archive, and starting to realize what a wealth of different kinds of music there was in this country that you never heard on the radio. — Pete Seeger