The Future Library project will collect writing to be locked away and published for the first time in 100 years:
"Each year, the Future Library trust, made up of literary experts – and Paterson, while she's alive – will name another 'outstanding' writer who will be contributing to the artwork. The trust is also responsible for the maintenance of the forest, and for ensuring the books are printed in a century's time. A printing press will be placed in the library to make sure those in charge in 2114 have the capability of printing books on paper."
Love this idea. Although for a different goal, I think we need a similar set of trusts to maintain electronic publishing. Domain names and hosting are much more fragile than the paper Margaret Atwood will print her story on for this project.
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