History in the making: how libraries are capturing the pandemic for posterity | Museums- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

H ow do you preserve a pandemic? Libraries, museums and historical associations around the world are struggling to survive right now but they’re also asking themselves this critical question. They know future generations will inevitably study Covid-19 – so what are the moments and materials we should capture for people in the future, and how […]

Coronavirus app: will Australians trust a government with a history of tech fails and data breaches? | Australia news – Blog – Emails

The federal government is attempting to convince Australians it can be trusted to handle personal data collected by the coronavirus contact tracing app. But it’s an uphill battle due to a long history of secrecy and failures to live up to promises on security and privacy of Australians’ data. Governments around the world are dealing […]

The best ads from the weirdest Earth Day in its 50-year history- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

Today (22 April) marks 50 years since the first Earth Day celebrations took place in the US. Outraged by oil spills, smog, and polluted rivers, on this day in 1970, 20 million (10% of the US population) came out in the spring sunshine to demonstrate together. Fast forward to the present day and celebrations are […]