#Unremembering the forgotten
Welcome to Australia in 2015 where 'remembering' is both an obligation and an opportunity. DH2015 comes just a few months after the 100th anniversary of the landing of Allied forces on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey -- the beginning of a failed military campaign that has long been linked to Australian nationhood. Over the next few years the remembering will roll along as centenaries of the events of World War I accumulate. More documentaries will be made, more websites built, more documents digitised, more memorials dedicated -- all to help us remember people and stories that are seen as in danger of being forgotten.
Who gets remembered and why? I'm a historian who works with digital cultural heritage collections. I'm a manager who helps maintain a national aggregation service that brings many of these collections together. I'm a hacker who wonders how I can subvert and play with their contents. In this talk I want to explore remembering from these different perspectives. As