The Prior Internet Resources (PIR) are presented. Prior\s unpublishedscientific manuscripts and his wast letter correspondence with fellow researchersat the time, his Nachlass, is now subject to transcription byPrior-researchers worldwide, and form an integral part of PIR. It is demonstratedthat the PIR, defined as the virtual space delimited by the threecontent areas and Internet domains: 1) Priorstudies, 2) Prior Virtual Lab,and 3) Nachlass), contains six information systems of five distinct types.The informations systems are grouped into a \Transcriber Loop\ to illustratehow unpublished material from the archive boxes goes through atranscription process to end in the Nachlass. A box taxonomy defines thetranscription project\s hub. Together with the \Transcriber Loop\ thissetup makes it possible to use the boxlists in conjunction with a Priorbibliographyalso in PIR as a showcase to announce what is still in thearchive waiting to be transcribed.
|Title of host publication||Logic and philosophy of time|
|Editors||Per Hasle, Patrick Blackburn, Peter Øhrstrøm|
|Number of pages||27|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|