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Thursday, March 30 • 4:05pm - 4:25pm
Demonstration 7: Kumbu

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Save digital memories online with Kumbu

Kumbu is a digital souvenir box service. Today, all our personal memories are digital. We own and produce way too much data. We never clean up. Kumbu is a service to help preserve your favorite digital memories. It can be pictures & videos, but also natively digital content, such as cherished emails, posts and comments on social networks, your favorite blogposts, your greatest food recipes, your music playlists and more. It allows anyone with a computer to gather every part of their digital footprint in a single place. We’ve been building Kumbu for the past year, and I’ll be happy to show it you, as well as exchange on what we’ve learned in the process about how people feel, and act with their Personal Digital Archives. It will also be an opportunity to reflect and share some of the challenges of building a private, secure online service for personal data.

Speakers
avatar for Ziad Wakim

Ziad Wakim

CEO, Kumbu
Ziad WAKIM is the founder of Kumbu. After 15 years building enterprise information management systems, initially for libraries, then archives and enterprises, he founded Kumbu to provide individuals with tools to preserve, enjoy and share their personal digital archives, in a secure and private manner. He currently lives in Paris, France.


Thursday March 30, 2017 4:05pm - 4:25pm
Lathrop 294 Lathrop Library, Stanford University 518 Memorial Way Stanford, CA 94305

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