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  • Arts & Culture
  • Issue 42

the Internet

Meet the publishers archiving digital ephemera in print. Words by Nathan Ma. Photograph by Gustav Almestål. Set Design by Andreas Frienholt.

On the internet, a moment might last a minute or a lifetime. To try to document its endless, ever-changing and increasingly hyperindividualized landscape inspires more questions than answers: Where would you start, and how? For Jeanne Thornton and Miracle Jones, the task begins close to home. As co-publishers of Remember the Internet, a series of books by Instar Books, the pair works with authors on putting out deeply personal accounts of bygone internet communities, exploring how these moments shaped not only online


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