- Cost to Store All US Phonecalls Made in a Year in Cloud Storage so it could be Datamined
- Knight Foundation Strengthens Support for Television News Research Service
- National Security Agency ❤ ❤ ❤ Internet Archive?
- Brewster Kahle to be Honored with 2013 Amer Lib Assoc LITA/Library Hi Tech Award
- Free and Fast ‘Roof2Roof’ Internet Available in Richmond, CA
- David S. on Why Preserve Books? The New Physical Archive of the Internet Archive
- D. Wolfe on National Security Agency ❤ ❤ ❤ Internet Archive?
- Finding .ca domains in the 80TB Wide Crawl | Ian Milligan on Downloading in bulk using wget
- Finding .ca domains in the 80TB Wide Crawl | Ian Milligan on 80 terabytes of archived web crawl data available for research
- Max Little on Cost to Store All US Phonecalls Made in a Year in Cloud Storage so it could be Datamined
Tag Archives: internet archive
Just over 8-1/2 years ago, I wrote a multi-process daemon in PHP that we refer to as “catalogd”. It runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, no rest! It is in charge of uploading all content to our … Continue reading
Dear Patrons, Last Thursday we pushed out changes to drop the “www.” prefix from our urls so that we have the newer/shorter style urls start like: http://archive.org We intend to keep this change permanently. We know there will be a … Continue reading
The Internet Archive is on campaign to buy e-Books from publishers and authors; making more digital books available to readers who prefer using laptops, reading devices or library computers. Publishers such as Smashwords, Cursor and A Book Apart have already … Continue reading
On December 17, 2010 Brewster Kahle received the Zoia Horn Intellectual Freedom Award for successfully challenging a National Security Letter (NSL) issued by the FBI that demanded personal information about a user of Internet Archive’s site, archive.org. You can see … Continue reading
With so much information packed into the Internet Archive, it’s often hard to remember what your favorite items are or to go back to an item that you haven’t finished reading/watching/listening to. A simple way to keep track of your … Continue reading