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Category Archives: Wayback Machine
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
(from the Internet Archive’s Archive-it group: Announcing the first ever Archive-It US Government Shutdown Notice Awards! ) Congress has caused the U.S. federal government to shut down and important websites have gone dark. Fortunately, we have the Wayback Machine to … 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
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
Over on the web group’s blog is a post inviting input on the Wayback Machine and Internet Archive’s web archive. You can post comments and suggestions. There’s also some useful links. Check it out at http://iawebarchiving.wordpress.com/2010/07/06/wayback-machine-web-archiving-open-thread-july-2010/ -Jeff Kaplan
Fellow time travelers, We have a new Firefox add-on that allows you to search the Wayback Machine from your browser. You can get it at: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/162148/. For those who have yet to travel back in time, the Internet Archive Wayback … Continue reading
There’s a chance that in the 1990s, you were more familiar with neighborhoods on GeoCities than with the neighborhoods in your own town. As one of the most popular and oldest (nearly 15 years running) sites for self expression on … Continue reading
The Wayback Machine is a 150 billion page web archive with a front end to serve it through the archive.org website. Today the new machine came to life, so if you using the service, you are using a 20′ by … Continue reading