Jim Boulton is the author of 100 Ideas that Changed the Web and curator of 64 Bits, an exhibition of iconic websites that shaped the early web. The event has been the centre point of Internet Week, both in London and New York, attracting keynote presentations by the British Library and the Library of Congress, and sponsorship from Google. In 2013, it was visited by the team at CERN responsible for archiving the first website and is currently on international tour as part of the Barbican's hugely successful Digital Revolution exhibition. It most recently appeared at Here East, in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Jim has spoken about digital preservation at the Library of Congress, shared the stage with Tim Berners-Lee at the Southbank's Web We Want festival and had his digital archaeology software exhibited at the Tate Modern.