Author Archives: Ralf Muehlen

Community Wireless

The Internet Archive’s mission is universal access to knowledge.   For us, that access happens over the Internet. In many places, there are two or few providers of fast Internet access, which tends to lead to high prices, bad service and … Continue reading

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Site down some of Tuesday and Wednesday for Power Upgrade

[Update:   Upgrade is done, we were offline twice, as we predicted (and are sorry about), but now we have twice the power. Thank you PG&E, Ralf Muehlen, and the Archive engineers.] This week, we are doubling the power coming into … Continue reading

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Internet Archive joins Open Wireless Movement

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

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Our First Step into the IPv6 World

In celebration of IPv6 Day, we are happy to demonstrate our first step into the IPv6 world. We set up a special static web site that is only accessible over IPv6. We will use this as our test bed to … Continue reading

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