Saturday July 9, 2005 6:52 pm
The Most Extensive Internet Historians: Archive.org
Some day our kids will look back on the Internet as something primitive. Heck, if something has a museum dedicated to it, then it’s no longer cutting edge, right? In 1996, a group of people in San Francisco decide to start the most extensive Internet library. Internet Archive is just that: an Internet archive that continuously records website information. What’s the purpose? Well, future generations will be able to benefit from sites that are long gone through their archives - a lot like how we can read books that are far out of print. While this is a fantastic humanitarian effort on its own, you must try their “Wayback Machine.” Indeed, it takes you way back. Be careful, it’s highly addictive.
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