The Internet Archive is an early effort to preserve knowledge for the future. - Deepstash

The Internet Archive is an early effort to preserve knowledge for the future.

The internet’s organization enabled it to grow almost without limit, making the internet’s content that many people depend on ephemeral and often unreliable.

Brewster Kahle, a technologist who founded the Internet Archive called the “Wayback Machine,” seeks to preserve and provide access to defunct web pages. It “scraped” these pages by preserving their content and tracking down the links they provide. In the spirit of the early internet designers, he isn’t in it for the money. The Wayback Machine seeks to preserve as much content as possible before it vanishes.

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