Author Archives: Wendy Hanamura

Library Leaders Forum 2015 — Exploring the Future of Digital Libraries

From October 21-23, the Internet Archive will convene our annual Library Leaders Forum 2015 in San Francisco. We’re bringing together an intimate group of  leaders from the library world to explore how together, we can build the digital libraries of the future.  It’s … Continue reading

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You are invited: SF Premiere of “Life on Bitcoin” Documentary

Join us Wednesday, July 22nd from 6:30-10:30 p.m. for a the San Francisco Premiere of the documentary film “Life on Bitcoin,” at the Internet Archive. The film covers the experience of newlyweds Austin and Beccy Craig who struggle for 100+ days to … Continue reading

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You are invited to a Party for GETDecentralized–Wednesday April 1 at the Internet Archive

    Help Us Lift the Fog on Decentralization! The GETDecentralized community wants to do something fundamental: “To transform bureaucratic hierarchies into technology-driven networks” (Fred Wilson). The Internet Archive and Jolocom invite you to GETDecentralized! An evening of conversation, celebration … Continue reading

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You are Invited to a Party: Victory for the Net

The event was a success, with resulting video and press.               Dear Friend of the Open Internet,   JOIN US! FCC Chairman, Tom Wheeler, wants to do something monumental: reclassify broadband access providers under Title … Continue reading

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Knight Foundation to Support Toolsets for Building Libraries Together

Last September, the John S. and James L Knight Foundation issued this challenge:  “How might we leverage libraries as a platform to build more knowledgeable communities?” Today we are proud to announce that the Internet Archive’s plan for “Building Libraries … Continue reading

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The New Yorker: The Cobweb–Can the Internet be archived?

Harvard history professor and New Yorker staff writer, Jill Lepore, has crafted a remarkable history of Web archiving–and the role of our own Brewster Kahle and the Wayback Machine. My favorite passage: Where is the Internet’s memory, the history of … Continue reading

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SEEKING: Visual Studies PostDoc for an Exciting New Opportunity at Internet Archive!

Today, the Internet Archive and the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) announced a new position: Visual Data Curation Fellow Do you know a recent Ph.D in Visual Studies (film, photography, information sciences, fine art) who would like to … Continue reading

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