[Air-L] The Julie / Julia Project ... gone!

joana ro joanaro at googlemail.com
Wed Oct 5 00:45:20 PDT 2011


I worked with soldiers' blogs that might be censored at any time and
downloaded them with a software, which allows me to download several layers
(Spider). Of course, this would be difficult to pass on to your students due
to copyright issues - but at least you would have the material for the
things you are writing etc.


2011/10/5 Aimée Morrison <ahm at uwaterloo.ca>

> Hello everyone,
> Here's a problem of literary work in the Internet age. After verifying that
> Julie Powell's salon.com blog, the Julie / Julia Project was still online
> in August, I assigned it to my graduate class along with the book that came
> out of it, and the movie.
> Now? The blog is gone. It's not in the wayback machine. My RA has been
> digging around and can only confirn that it is gone, taken down
> deliberately.
> Is there any other lurking corner of the Internet in which this blog might
> still be hiding?
> This is actually a pretty acute and serious research and pedagogical
> question, and I would really appreciate any insight any of you might offer.
> Long time reader, first time poster ...
> Aimée Morrison, PhD
> Associate Professor
> Dept. of English Language and Literature
> University of Waterloo
> @digiwonk
> http://www.hookandeye.ca
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