The following archival versions of Filming Revolution represent descriptive, remediated, and/or restructured publication content. When browser and server technologies advance beyond the ability to support the original publication code, these resources provide alternative ways of engaging with the publication.
The web archive presents a high-fidelity, interactive experience much like the experience of reading the live web publication. The original source code is not visible in the web archive version, so users wanting to inspect the source via a browser's web developer tools should be aware that they are viewing a remediated content package instead of the original web structure and content and application code.
The Stanford Digital Repository collection (see full contents list) contains the application and content code as it was originally hosted on the publication server. In raw form these files are not interactive and are rarely human-readable. Also included in the collection are the video source files, which may be viewed within the SDR record. Please consult the documentation for a description of the original interactive user experience, including how videos appeared in context of the full publication.
The documentation serves as a descriptive account of the original publication's user experience, technical requirements, structure, and sources. It includes a screencast narrated and recorded by the author and is best used as a record of the project's look, feel, and functionality in the event the live project and its high-fidelity preservation copies are no longer accessible.
A disk image of the content and code files, along with the project's dependent software, has been created to run in the Emulation As A Service framework. This framework is currently in its pilot stage and not yet capable of direct access by readers. A link will be provided here when this service becomes available to the public. In the meantime, the disk image source is included in the Stanford Digital Repository collection for users who prefer to load the package in an offline virtual machine.