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Author Archives: Alexis Rossi
Last week we announced a new beta version of the archive.org site. The beta is the first step toward inviting people to participate in building libraries together. Why redesign the site? The Wayback Machine was launched in 2001, and the current … Continue reading
We took a leisurely stroll through half a million books today, and we noticed that lots of the books were congregating around some popular categories. This isn’t an exhaustive list, we just thought it would nice to share a little … Continue reading
The Internet Archive is headquartered in a building that used to be a Christian Science church. The great room includes a gorgeous stained glass dome, a pipe organ, and graceful wooden pews. We seat 400+ people in this space to … Continue reading
I find great stuff on the Internet Archive all the time, and now I can use a tool called CratePlayer to create playlists from archive.org movie and audio files. For example, I want to play a bunch of old Christmas … Continue reading
Today the Internet Archive announces a new initiative to fix broken links across the Internet. We have 360 billion archived URLs, and now we want you to help us bring those pages back out onto the web to heal broken … Continue reading
Recently the New York Public Library published a list of their choices for the top 100 children’s books from the last 100 years. We took a look at the books we have available via Open Library, and it turns … Continue reading
Photo storage and organization service Trovebox announced today that they added support for storing your photos at archive.org. Or as they put it: Check out their announcement. We’re excited to host their patrons’ photos and keep them safe.
Internet Archive crawls and saves web pages and makes them available for viewing through the Wayback Machine because we believe in the importance of archiving digital artifacts for future generations to learn from. In the process, of course, we accumulate … Continue reading
A/V Geeks has done a lot of digitization of old film for The Internet Archive. They are trying to raise funds to digitize many more hours of footage to put up on archive.org which will be free to view and … Continue reading
It was announced today that HTTP Archive has become part of Internet Archive. The Internet Archive provides an archive of web site content through the Wayback Machine, but we do not capture data about the performance of web sites. Steve … Continue reading
What is an item? An item is a logical “thing” that we present on one web page on archive.org. An item may be one video file along with scans of the DVD cover, one book, one audio file, or a … Continue reading
With the U.S. Census Bureau beginning to release statistics from the 2010 census. It seems a good time to mention that Internet Archive has a complete set of the available U.S. Census back to the first one in 1790: From … Continue reading