Lincoln Bicentennial Exhibit Explored at Library of Congress from Frank Gruber on Vimeo.
Not exactly, since the Web wasn't invented yet, but President Abraham Lincoln was a traditional scrapbooker. I bet that if Honest Abe were alive today he would be using Tumblr, Scrapblog or Delicious to save all his clippings or bookmarks. How do I know this? Today I previewed the Lincoln Bicentennial Exhibition at Library of Congress which houses the largest exhibit of Abraham Lincoln artifacts. One the artifacts I found while exploring was a scrapbook of clippings from the Lincoln-Douglass debates (the only known record of its time).
I also spoke with Matt Raymond, Director of Communications at the Library of Congress for episode 64 of SOMEWHAT FRANK. I also posted some photos on Flickr. Check out the video (above) as I experienced the Lincoln Bicentennial Exhibition which opens to the public on February 12th and runs until May 9th. It can also be found on YouTube, Yahoo, MySpace, Google, DailyMotion, Blip.tv, Viddler and Vimeo.