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Jason Scott
Proprietor of , historian, filmmaker, archivist, famous cat maintenance staff. Works on/for/over the Internet Archive. Rank Amateur.
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Jason Scott 9m
Replying to @orangecomma
Part of what I do is put up extant collections of materials both as reference and to call attention to where better efforts are needed. The magazine scans I have put up have in some cases been overtaken by much better efforts as a result
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Jason Scott 15m
Replying to @orangecomma
You're conflating "work the Internet Archive did" and "Work outside efforts done, to various levels of quality, representing material that would otherwise not exist in any form, and not precluding future work"
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Jason Scott 17m
Replying to @ChappellTracker
Also the only actor to appear in both versions, as a result.
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Jason Scott 19m
Replying to @ChappellTracker
Welker is also the voice of the Cave of Wonders in both versions of Disney's Aladdin
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Jason Scott 1h
Replying to @textfiles
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Jason Scott 1h
Replying to @textfiles
Use this search to look at the tapes with just commercials.
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Jason Scott 1h
900 of the new VHS scans are now up in the collection: - commercials, music videos, shorts, how-tos, educational recordings, speeches... you name it.
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Jason Scott 2h
Replying to @frankcifaldi
This is why I stick with my man Batman
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Jason Scott 2h
Replying to @NoMoreBakedFish
I've forwarded it to the people who would be the ones to respond. Again, I can't speak to timeline or type of response, but it's in the right inbox now.
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Jason Scott 2h
Google Maps: So, you want to go to EWR today? Oh, sure, you could go along a nice gentle highway in the western lands of NY to NJ... ....but have you considered a leisurely stroll through all of Manhattan on a hot summer day, followed by inching along the Lincoln Tunnel?
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Jason Scott 2h
Replying to @NoMoreBakedFish
Send it to me jscott@archive.org and I'll at least get it in front of the right people. (I don't know if there's a specific issue with your letter that's slowing things, but I can make sure someone has it.)
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Jason Scott 2h
Replying to @NoMoreBakedFish
You sent it to info@archive.org? And how long has it been?
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Jason Scott 2h
Based on a true story, repeated multiple times. One of them has threatened to shoot me and another contributor to the archive because we didn't put up a specific show of Nightline. I wish I could say he was a unique case.
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Jason Scott 2h
Replying to @textfiles
A8-A102: (Progressively unintelligble garbage)
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Jason Scott 2h
Replying to @textfiles
A7: I've taken the time to file some complaints with your employer, since you're obviously the kind of person that needs to be reminded that the March 1984 light bulb situation is not just criticial but a daily issue that you won't answer. Figured they'd want to know your sloth.
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Jason Scott 2h
Replying to @textfiles
A6: I hope the members of this subreddit realize that while I appreciate the light bulb being screwed in, I'm extremely displeased at a number of real issues being ignored with regards to 1984 editions of light bulbs, especially in the March category
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Jason Scott 2h
Replying to @textfiles
A5: Look, I've been as fucking patient as I can be on the light bulb crisis as I can, but we're really trying the ends of it. Why are you holding back with this? Is there something or someone you're not making clear is a factor
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Jason Scott 2h
Replying to @textfiles
A4: Hey, sending you a friend request on Facebook
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Jason Scott 2h
Replying to @textfiles
A3: Hello? Look, I get that you're busy but I'd really appreciate a word back on the Light Bulb Commercials
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Jason Scott 2h
Replying to @textfiles
A2: Hey listen... it's been a few hours and I've not gotten anything back on the 1984/03/03 Light Bulb edition. I'm actually willing to have it without commercials, if necessary. Thanks
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