Author Archives: Wendy Hanamura

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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