Jojo Karlin is a second-year doctoral student in English at The Graduate Center, CUNY, researching transmissions of memory after periods of rapid technological transformation, specifically in epistolary communication. Coming from a theater background, Jojo loves the intersection of disciplines, multiple media, and diverse expertise she finds in Digital Humanities. For her first big DH project, she did outreach for TANDEM, a web tool that gathers text and image data, and she now proudly coordinates outreach for DH Box, the GC’s NEH-funded DH cloud laboratory. She is a freelance editor for the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia, and is developing a digital interface for a collection of historical letters. Jojo is deeply interested in digital editions preserving past materiality while exploring new materials.