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Internet Archive’s web-based book reader now supports zooming and panning around books with their pages open. This is helpful for foldout maps. The books can be embedded into any webpage, and the software is all opensource so others can integrate … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Technical
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2009/09/09/book-reader-supports-zooming-2/
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Internet Archive is working with NASA to make the still images and moving images from the history of the space program available online. Very cool. http://www.nasaimages.org Christian Science Monitor mention. Here is the press release from NASA: David E. Steitz … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Image Archive, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2008/06/30/nasa-images-project-launched/
The Internet Archive jumped into bitcoin in 2011 after many people asked to donate bitcoins– a non-techy set up our wallet (good sign), and we got about $2,000 worth of donations that first year.  In 2012 we got about $6,000 … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/04/03/how-the-internet-archive-is-having-great-time-with-bitcoin/
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Today we updated the Wayback Machine with much more data and some code improvements.  Now we cover from late 1996 to December 9, 2012 so you can surf the web as it was up until a month ago.  Also, we … Continue reading →
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/01/09/updated-wayback/
An unclassified document from the National Security Agency from 2007 has some nice words to say about the Internet Archive, Brewster Kahle, and the Wayback Machine. “The Wayback Machine is, very simply, one of the greatest deep web tools ever … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/05/18/national-security-agency-heart-internet-archive/
Thanks to a recent $1 million grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, we will be expanding our TV News Search & Borrow service that enables everyone to search, quote and borrow U.S. television news programs. Launched … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/05/21/knight-foundation-strengthens-support-for-television-news-research-service/
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The Internet Archive is pleased to announce an important manuscript, Homiliary on Gospels from Easter to first Sunday of Advent, as the 2,000,000th free digital text. Internet Archive has been scanning books and making them available for researchers, historians, scholars, … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Books Archive, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2010/03/31/two-million-free-texts-now-available/
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The Balinese, with the help of the Internet Archive and Ron Jenkins of Wesleyan University, have started digitizing the libraries of Balinese literature. They are in the running for being the first culture to have their entire literature go online, … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2011/01/30/digitizing-all-balinese-literature/
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 →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2012/09/17/launch-of-tv-news-search-borrow-with-350000-broadcasts/
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 →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2012/12/07/internet-archive-eff-successfully-block-washington-state-law/
The Internet Archive’s federal challenge to a new Washington State law had its first hearing on Friday.  The law intends to make online service providers criminally liable for providing access to third parties’ offensive materials. The Electronic Frontier Foundation is … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Law, WA Law 6251
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2012/07/22/new-washington-state-internet-law-gets-its-day-in-court/
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(Press about this:  Bitcoin Magazine, The Next Web, arstechnica) As Bitcoin is becoming the “local currency” of the Internet, the Internet Archive would like to help support it and use it.    In the last 2 years, over 300 people … Continue reading →
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/02/21/employees-to-be-paid-in-bitcoin-please-donate/
The miracle is now so commonplace that it’s invisible: we have the ability to watch video, listen to music, and read documents right in our browsers. You might get a hankering to hear some old time radio, or classic television programs, … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News, Software Archive
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/10/25/microcomputer-software-lives-again-this-time-in-your-browser/
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Internet Archive and Suzanne Shell Settle Lawsuit Denver, CO, April 25, 2007. Internet Archive, a library of historical Web site content, and Suzanne Shell, the author and owner of the Web site www.profane-justice.org, jointly announced today the settlement of their … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2007/04/25/lawsuit-settled/
Rick Prelinger’s Lost Landscapes of San Francisco is a movie happening that brings old-time San Francisco footage and our community together in an interactive crowd-driven event.   Showing in the majestic Internet Archive building,  your ticket donation will benefit the … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Event, Movie Archive, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/12/02/lost-landscapes-benefit/
In celebration of the new year, we’d like to take you on a tour of news broadcasts from around January 1st from more than 60 stations in 30 countries. We hope the Happy News Year exhibit will highlight the amazing … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News, Television Archive
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2012/01/04/happy-news-year/
Associated Press Story The books on our Open Library site. Press release: More than doubling the number of books available to print disabled people of all ages, today the Internet Archive launched a new service that brings free access to … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Audio Archive, Books Archive, Education Archive, News, Open Library
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2010/11/26/3424/
The Internet Archive today is launching a free service to help webmasters improve their user experience by augmenting their website’s 404 Page Not Found page to link to the Wayback Machine in the case that it has it.    Therefore users … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/10/24/web-archive-404-handler-for-webmasters/
EthicsInTech presents a fun night of Comedy, Ethics & Technology to help protect the Fourth Amendment and our constitutional rights and freedoms. The goal of the event is to entertain, educate and bring to light issues concerning ethical use of … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/11/21/nsa-comedy-tour/
The Internet Archive, a non-profit digital library, needs help in finding URL’s of sites and blogs that contain documents of this major disaster. Please submit links to sites and pages that should be saved for future research (below). We have … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2005/09/26/please-help-us-archive-the-katrinarita-disaster/
The Internet Archive joined Our Fair Deal along with EFF and Public Knowledge to stop the US from using the Trans-Pacific Partnership treaty from changing our copyright laws.   The coalition sent two open letters to TPP negotiators today on critical … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Books Archive, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2014/07/09/working-to-stop-rewriting-copyright-laws-via-tpp-treaty/
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Please stand with the Internet Archive to Protect Net Neutrality by writing to your congressperson.    Today, many organizations are putting “Internet Loading” symbols on their sites to bring awareness to the stakes to those of us that would be … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2014/09/10/please-help-protect-net-neutrality/
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Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2014/10/06/invitation-to-the-internet-archive-annual-event/
More great libraries are deciding to go open rather than agree to perpetual restrictions on digital versions of their holdings. Also, there are now over 100k downloadable, searchable, books on the Internet Archive site! Libraries going open: • Boston Public … Continue reading →
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2007/01/08/libraries-decide-to-go-open-and-100k-books-on-site/
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We need help entering metadata in the over 9,000 shows that need it. This is a really easy thing to do and each show takes about a minute. If you would like to help, please send an email to info@archive.org … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Audio Archive, Live Music Archive
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2004/03/18/the-live-music-archive-needs-your-help/
We just hit a milestone: 100,000 free concert recordings from over 5,200 bands! A fun trip through the history: The Grateful Dead started a tradition in the 60’s to allow taping of their concerts and sharing those tapes as long as … Continue reading →
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2012/03/27/sharing-works-100000-concert-recordings-for-free/
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International Libraries and the Internet Archive collaborate to build Open-Access Text Archives Today, a number of International libraries have committed to putting their digitized books in open-access archives, starting with one at the Internet Archive. This approach will ensure permanent … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2004/12/15/open-access-text-archives/
Thanks to the hard work of two great law school students of Peter Jaszi of American University, Jieun Kim and Doug Agopsowicz, the Internet Archive and other libraries may continue to preserve software and video game titles without fear of … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2006/11/29/internet-archive-helps-secure-exemption-to-the-digital-millennium-copyright-act/
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What is Non-Commercial Use? For cultural materials that, broadly defined, belong in a library, the Internet Archive offers free storage, and free bandwidth, forever, for free. As a result, there are now millions of works available through the Archive and … Continue reading →
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2007/03/18/what-is-non-commercial-use/
Princeton University’s Center for Information Technology Policy, working with the Internet Archive and volunteers has launched RECAP, a project to make US Federal Court Documents available for no cost to the public. RECAP is a Firefox Internet browser extension that … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Books Archive
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2010/04/06/millions-of-documents-from-over-350k-federal-court-cases-now-freely-available-3/
As a free service to Richmond residents, the Internet Archive has installed a 70 foot tower on its physical archive building in Richmond California to offer free and fast Internet to those with roofs that can see the tower.  Those … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/05/08/free-and-fast-roof2roof-internet-available-in-richmond-ca/
Tonight we launched our bookscanning initiative and presented a vision of an Open Library. At the event, Microsoft Network (MSN) joined the Open Content Alliance and committed to kick off their support by funding the digitization of 150,000 books in … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Books Archive
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2005/11/08/bookscanning-launch-and-vision-of-an-open-library/
Dear Friends, The Internet Archive has received a generous offer this holiday season. For every dollar we raise before December 31st, one of our supporters will match that money three to one. Please consider donating now. Every day three million people around the … Continue reading →
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2012/11/30/3-for-1-match/
A live wire in the library field, and a firebrand for openness, Cathy Norton helped keep libraries free and open during this current digitization wave. Fun and opinionated, we learned that she had the background and evidence to make the … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Books Archive, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2014/12/23/crusading-librarian-for-openness-passes-cathy-norton/
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 →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2015/01/30/knight-foundation-to-support-toolsets-for-building-libraries-together/
(Full Video of event.   Announcement as posts: 1, 2, and 3) Internet Archive invites you to a fun evening in San Francisco on October 24th for our once-a-year celebration and announcements of new services. (And it just so happens to … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News, celebration
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/10/02/invitation-oct-24th/
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Checking out digital versions of books that are automatically returned after two weeks is as easy as logging onto the Internet Archive’s Open Library site, announced digital librarian and Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle. By integrating this new service, more … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Books Archive, News, Open Library
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2010/06/28/digital-lending-library/
LibriVox.org, the world’s largest producer of free public domain audiobooks, and the Internet Archive are pleased to announce a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, on the heels of a recent landmark achievement: 100 million downloads of the … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Audio Archive
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2012/04/05/librivox-free-audiobook-project-receives-generous-mellon-support-for-upgrade/
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A post by the Archive-It team Today Phase 1 of the 5.0 release of the Archive-It web application was released for use by the 326 partners using the Archive-It service. In 1996 when the Internet Archive was founded, we used … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Archive-It, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2014/10/27/archive-it-crawling-the-web-together/
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Yippie! The Live music archive just received its 10,000th concert recording! Congratulations and thanks to the etree community and the artists and bands that have a made this a fantastic repository of creative works. http://www.archive.org/audio A few stats: Now stored: … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Audio Archive, Live Music Archive
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2004/03/26/live-music-archive-at-10000-concerts/
Twenty five years ago Tiananmen Square was splashed with the blood of protestors. For seven weeks they had banded together to advocate a democratic future for the Peoples Republic of China. Their voices were stilled June 4, 1989 by the … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2014/06/04/peering-at-a-dark-time-in-tiananmen-square-through-stokes-archive-glass/
On the front page of the Sunday, March 4th New York Times is an article about the Physical Archive of the Internet Archive titled “In a Flood Tide of Digital Data, an Ark Full of Books” by David Streitfeld of … Continue reading →
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2012/03/04/page-1-of-the-nytimes-in-a-flood-tide-of-digital-data-an-ark-full-of-books/
We are thankful to the Arcadia Foundation for funding a project derive and evaluate digital tape and hard drive preservation practices.    We have used DLT tapes and offline hard drives for over a decade to cost effectively store video files.   … Continue reading →
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2012/08/15/arcadia-foundation-funding-tape-and-disk-preservation/
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The Internet Archive is honored to receive the Microsoft Education Award from the San Jose Tech Museum’s Tech Award program. http://www.techawards.org/laureates/ We will put the monetary award to work to support broad public access to digital works. Here is Rick … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2006/11/26/tech-award-to-the-internet-archive/
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Some think of the Internet Archive as just the Wayback Machine, but we have other great collections.   Our music collection is worth listening to and made some jumps recently: Our live music collection now has over 100,000 concerts from over … Continue reading →
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2012/07/22/more-music-on-the-archive/
  (Video of event) Please join us to celebrate the birthday of the Defensive Patent License (“DPL”)! Short Program and Birthday Party Friday, November 15, 2013 Panel Discussion 4:30-6:00 PM Reception 6:00-8:00 PM Internet Archive 300 Funston Ave, San Francisco, … Continue reading →
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/11/13/birthday-of-the-defensive-patent-license-friday-nov-15-430-800-in-sf/
The Internet Archive and many individual contributors worked together to put together a comprehensive list of websites to create a historical record of the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina and the massive relief effort which followed. This collection has over … Continue reading →
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2005/11/28/katrina-web-archive-launches-over-25-million-pages-text-searchable/
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We are consolidating our San Francisco datacenters today, August 22nd, so we apologize for the disruption you will experience. We expect services to be mostly whole by the end of today, and stragglers by the end of tomorrow. -brewster
Topics: Announcements, Technical
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2006/08/22/aug-22nd-datacenter-move/
Internet Archive announces 1,000 Library Partners from 6 countries have joined to build and lend a pool of 100,000+ eBooks; Extending the Traditional In-Library Lending Model. San Francisco, CA – Today, the Internet Archive announced that the 1,000th library from … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Books Archive, News, eBooks, in-library, lending, libraries, openlibrary
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2011/06/25/in-library-ebook-lending-program-expands-to-1000-libraries/
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Since 1997, a dedicated team of scanners and curators have been assembling a collection of historical computer and technology-related items. This collection, called BITSAVERS.ORG, contains tens of thousands of documents and software products dating back from the 1950s and into … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/03/12/riding-with-the-bit-savers/
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Thanks to the generous support of our users we raised $250,000 in donations during the month of December, and with the 3-to-1 match from one of our donors that gives us $1,000,000!  We raised enough to purchase 4 petabytes of … Continue reading →
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2012/12/31/thanks-a-million/
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Dear Friends, Today we launch our End-of-Year Campaign.  Once a year, I ask all of you to keep the Internet Archive going and growing stronger.   Please help us reach our goal of raising $1.5 million by the end of the year.  Your support will … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2014/12/03/430-billion-web-pages-saved-help-us-do-more/
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DEAR FRIENDS OF THE ARCHIVE This year the Internet Archive needs your help. In 2009-2010 we were able to employ hundreds of low income, out of work parents using a stimulus wage subsidy. Most of these parents worked to scan … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2010/12/10/internet-archive-needs-your-help/
(CNET Article) On November 8th from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm, you are invited to a reception, talks, and hackathon at the Internet Archive 300 Funston Ave, in San Francisco. Suggested donation of $5, Bitcoin accepted. 5PM Hackathon 6:30PM Reception … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/11/05/please-come-aaron-swartz-reception-at-the-internet-archive-fri-nov-8th-in-sf/
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December 2008 Dear Friends of the Archive, I hope this letter finds you in good health and spirits. The Internet Archive is strong and healthy. We have had a fun, busy year almost doubling our library of audio, video, and … Continue reading →
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2008/12/17/end-of-year-message-from-the-internet-archive/
130,000 books, records, and videos were donated and then cataloged, de-duplicated, and readied for scanning and long term preservation in 2 days.   Thank you to the Friends of SFPL for our largest public donation ever.   With this, we believe we … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Books Archive, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2011/10/03/thank-you-friends-of-the-sf-public-library-for-130000-books/
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Today Cornell and the Internet Archive announce that over 70,000 public-domain books are available free online (many still to come). These are beautiful books that are now available with no restrictions. Thank you Cornell, Kirtas, and Microsoft. The Internet Archive … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Books Archive
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2010/02/12/70000-books-from-cornell-libraries-online-now-2/
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  Year-end donations went past our goal of $1 million (almost $1.3m !) – thank you all for donating.    With this money we can buy the ten racks (10 petabytes, 10,000,000,000,000,000bytes) of server space to store the upcoming books music … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2014/01/01/servers-for-the-new-year-thank-you/
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July 12, 2014 marked the passing of an extraordinary librarian, Zoia Horn. Ms. Horn was best known in library circles for spending three weeks in jail in 1972 for having refused to testify before a grand jury regarding information relating … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2014/07/15/zoia-horn-obit/
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“Alexandria 2.0: One Millionaire’s Quest to Build the Biggest Library on Earth” published in Wired Magazine.   Thank you to writer Matt Simon, and photographer Ariel Zambelich for the nice piece and non-typical images.  
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2012/08/21/wired-piece-on-the-interent-archive/
When the personal record collection of music producer Bob George hit 47,000 discs, he knew something had to be done.  “I wanted to give them away, but they were mostly punk, reggae and hip-hop,” he recalled, “and no established library … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2014/10/28/archive-of-contemporary-music/
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Today the Internet Archive and Sun Microsystems are launching a new datacenter that stores the whole web archive and serves the Wayback Machine. And, it is a modular datacenter that sits outside in a shipping container. This 3Petabyte (3 million … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Technical
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2009/03/29/new-archive-datacenter-with-sun-2/
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We have been excited to be part of the new high-tech non-profit sector that is building the infrastructure for the digital age. Mozilla, Wikipedia, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Public Knowledge, Public Library of Science, One Laptop per Child, Internet Systems Consortium, … Continue reading →
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2008/04/13/rise-of-the-hightech-non-profits/
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Through an outpouring of good work of bands, tapers, and fans, we have hit a major milestone: 20,000 live music concert recordings are being freely shared and enjoyed. -brewster A cool report from Parker: I’d take special note of a … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Audio Archive, Live Music Archive
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2005/02/08/20000-live-music-archive-concerts/
On Monday, March 10, the Internet Archive and the American Library Association with the assistance of the law firm Goodwin Procter filed a “friend of the court” brief in David Leon Riley v. State of California and United States v. … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2014/03/11/archive-and-ala-brief-filed-in-warrantless-cell-phone-search-case/
The Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval at UMass Amherst, the Perseus Digital Library Project at Tufts, and the Internet Archive are investigating large-scale information extraction and retrieval technologies for digitized book collections. The NSF has awarded a grant of $2.7 … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News, Technical
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2009/09/28/project-funded-to-add-features-to-a-million-books-2/
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[Guest post, hope you enjoy. -brewster] Burning Brewster’s Bitcoin First Installment – Coinbase offers a service that is contrary to everything the company professes to hold dear Internet Archive Morgen E. Peck This fall, Brewster reached out to me with … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2014/12/25/burning-brewsters-bitcoin/
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Please try out our bookmark explorer http://www.archive.org/bookmarks-explore.php A personal bookmark can be set on any details page and then seen on your own bookmarks page: http://www.archive.org/bookmarks.php You can see other people’s bookmarks… for instance here is mine: http://www.archive.org/bookmarks/brewster Enjoy. -brewster
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2006/09/12/bookmark-explorer/
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Sorry for the disruption in late august, but we believe we are over the pain of it. -brewster
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2006/09/08/datacenter-moved-and-settled/
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Audio: Cylinder Transfer Archive Recordings from the turn of the 19th century. Evolution 101 Weekly podcasts about evolution and science. Zeke’s Gallery Poetry and music performances along with arts interviews recorded in a Montreal gallery. Moving Images: September 11 Videos … Continue reading →
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2006/10/18/new-collections-this-month/
by Brewster Kahle, June 2011   Press on this:  NYtimes Books are being thrown away, or sometimes packed away, as digitized versions become more available. This is an important time to plan carefully for there is much at stake. Digital technologies … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Books Archive, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2011/06/06/why-preserve-books-the-new-physical-archive-of-the-internet-archive/
Archive.org and therefore the books on openlibrary.org were blocked in China for a couple of years, starting being blocked without notice, and now at least partially recovering without notice.    Ken LeTran, the Archive employee working with a Chinese Department of … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2012/05/28/archive-org-and-openlibrary-org-available-in-china-again/
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We now have a one of the beta 100 dollar laptops and the Internet Archive / Open Content Alliance books are looking good! (see the attached picture) The reason we are privileged in getting one of the first 600 beta … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Books Archive, Technical
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2007/01/02/100-dollar-laptop-archive-books/
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Please try our new upload system that we hope will make it much easier to post books music and video to the site. By using your browser to specify the file or files to upload, we hope that many more … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Technical
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2007/05/20/new-upload-and-download-count-systems/
As fires go, we were lucky.   We are still assessing what happened but this is where we stand: * No one was hurt. * Lost a 130 sq meter side-building (1300 sq feet) that held scanning equipment.  We operate 30 … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, Scanning Center Fire
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2013/11/06/scanning-center-fire-please-help-rebuild/