2016 Feb 10, 10:20 2014 Jun 1, 4:16
MotherJones - Meet the people behind the Wayback Machine, one of our favorite things about the internet
2014 Apr 28, 9:39
This entry covers the historical context of Space War!, and instructions for working with our in-browser emulator. The system doesn’t require installed plugins (although a more powerful machine
and recent browser version is suggested).
The JSMESS emulator (a conversion of the larger MESS project) also contains a real-time portrayal of the lights and switches of a Digital PDP-1, as well as
links to documentation and manuals for this $800,000 (2014 dollars) minicomputer.
2012 Aug 21, 7:00
Brief history and scope of the Internet Archive.
2012 Apr 26, 2:08 2009 Dec 4, 5:06
"If you want to watch videos from the National Archives today, they try to talk you into buying a DVD from the official government partner, Amazon.Com...To demonstrate to the Congress that if we
liberated this wonderful content people would really care, I forked over $251 for 20 DVDs and posted them on-line."
2009 Nov 13, 6:36
Hooray for the Internet Archive! "The Internet Archive and founding companies announce today the launch of 301Works.org, a service to archive shortened Universal Resource Locators (URLs). This will
enable redirect services to incorporate these shortened URLs when a member company ceases business activities."
2008 Sep 9, 8:31
Cory Doctorow's Flickr set of photos from various data centers (like CERN's LHC data center).
2008 Sep 9, 8:29
Article on the data centers that backup the Internet Archive and handle CERN's LHC's data. "CERN embodies borderlessness. The Swiss-French border is a drainage ditch running to one side of the
cafeteria; it was shifted a few metres to allow that excellent establishment to trade the finicky French health codes for the more laissez-fair Swiss jurisdiction. And in the data sphere it is