Maybe you’ve already noticed that http://slowforward.net is posting lists of links.
Here they are (and will be): https://slowforward.net/tag/linklist/
Just contribute to this living archive of stuff on line. Send your own list to Slowforward.
(Links to your blogs and sites).
Slowforward has already published links to works of Billy Bob Beamer, Jim Leftwich, differx, Márton Koppány, Crank Sturgeon, Mark Young, John M. Bennett, Tomislav Butkovic.
Slowforward owes the idea of this ongoing project to Jim Leftwich.
And also: support net (neutrality). Spread lists. Store works. Open http://archive.org accounts. Publish stuff on line. Send lists to Slowforward. Publish lists in your personal sites and blogs.
Geoff Smith’s preface (entitled Collecting The New) to the AN AMERICAN AVANT GARDE: SECOND WAVE catalog.
“Several years ago, on a tour of the Bodleian Library at Oxford University with David Vesey, then Bodleian Librarian, he uttered a truism that, in my own awestruck demeanor in the presence of the great treasures of that great library, had not occurred to me: the reason the Bodley has so many outstanding early volumes is that those books were new when they were first deposited at Oxford. […] The special mission for rare book libraries is to identify these important contemporary works so that we may preserve them for perpetuity in our collections. It would be our vision that hundreds of years from now, when a naive visitor to OSU Libraries wonders how such treasures were amassed, the librarian of that time can blithely say, because we acquired them when they were new.”
“In 2017 alone, the National Archives added 17.1 million digital files (texts, images, sound recordings, and films) to its online catalog.”
The Ohio State University
Avant Writing: https://library.osu.edu/find/collections/rarebooks/avant-writing/
Guides to Avant Writing Collections: https://library.osu.edu/find/collections/rarebooks/avant-writing/avant-guides/
Avant Writing Links: https://library.osu.edu/find/collections/rarebooks/avant-writing/avant-links/
Tom Beckett’s Exchange Values interview blog
Forty interviews by & of a wide range of people. (2005-2008)