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Category Archives: News
A Bitcoin Adventure in Four Parts —by Brewster Kahle, Digital Librarian Part One: The Deposit I am proud to say I succeeded in donating BitCoins to the Internet Archive, but it took some doing. For your entertainment, here is … Continue reading
One down, three to go! With help from a generous, anonymous donor who’s matching other donations three to one through the end of the year, we now have enough funding to buy a new Petabox! We now have only seventeen … Continue reading
Earlier this year the Internet Archive with EFF’s help joined a suit to challenge the enforcement of a new Washington state law, SB 6251. While the law was intended to curb advertising for underage sex workers, the language was overly … Continue reading
Call for an Open Stack: Securing an open and competitive information environment for the next decade
[letter to the Open Internet Preservation Society] The “Stack” of technical layers that have delivered text and video from around the world are now embattled. An Open Stack encourages competition at each layer, where a closed stack does not. Unfortunately, … Continue reading
We are excited to join the Electronic Frontier Foundation and other open-minded organizations in the Open Wireless Movement. We have long believed that there should be many and low-cost options to get access to the Internet. Individuals and organizations sharing … Continue reading
Ten Petabytes (10,000,000,000,000,000 bytes) of cultural material saved! On Thursday, 25 October, hundreds of Internet Archive supporters, volunteers, and staff celebrated addition of the 10,000,000,000,000,000th byte to the Archive’s massive collections. We also announced full 80Terabyte web crawl to researchers; … Continue reading
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
Siteless Website Possible? If bittorrent is a fileserver without a server, what about a website without a site?
Bittorrent is a system that makes a fileserver that does not have a server. I find the idea of calling for a file given a handle from the community of Internet users is pretty interesting. It allows a … Continue reading
The Internet Archive, working with the Leo Baeck Institute, is pleased to be a part of the Oct 16, 2012 launch of their DigiBaeck project, a massive (formerly print) archival collection of history pertaining to German speaking Jewry. Robert Miller, … Continue reading
We are honored for Brewster Kahle and the Internet Archive to be profiled in today’s San Francisco Chronicle on page 1. Thank you, Chronicle! http://www.sfgate.com/default/article/Brewster-Kahle-s-Internet-Archive-3946898.php
Please join us for a free reception and short presentations, Thursday, October 25th from 6 to 7:30pm, in person, or live streamed at http://toc.oreilly.com/: Television News Broadcasts are now Searchable (350,000 of them!) All of Balinese Literature now online and … Continue reading
Today the Internet Archive launches TV News Search & Borrow. This service is designed to help engaged citizens better understand the issues and candidates in the 2012 U.S. elections by allowing them to search closed captioning transcripts to borrow relevant … 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
The Internet Archive has filed a federal challenge to a new Washington State law that intends to make online service providers criminally liable for providing access to third parties’ offensive materials. There is a press release and an article about … Continue reading