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Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
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In 2021, the Internet Archive turned 25 years old. To celebrate this milestone, the organization launched an anniversary campaign: From Wayback to Way Forward: The Internet's Library for 25 Years.   The campaign features videos, social media posts, and an extensive timeline of key moments in the history of access to knowledge. This collection includes the videos produced by the Internet Archive with a talented group of producers and editors.  Each video has a different set of...
Topics: ia25, wayback wayforward, 25th anniversary
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
by Wendy Hanamura
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In 1996, a young computer scientist named Brewster Kahle set out to build a “Library of Everything” for the digital age. A library containing all the published works of humankind, free to the public, and structured as a nonprofit to last the ages. He named this digital library the Internet Archive.  Its mission: to provide everyone with “Universal Access to All Knowledge.” Using archival footage shot on October 29, 1996 by Marc Weber for the Web History Project, this short documentary...
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Topics: Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive, Wayback Machine, crawl, web archiving, digital library
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
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In October of 1996, engineers at the the San Francisco-based Internet Archive launched their first web crawlers, taking snapshots of web pages. At the time, the World Wide Web was only 2.5 terabytes in size. In 1996, it was still impossible to predict how large the World Wide Web might become. Even in those early days of the Web, broken links (404 errors) were a growing problem, and it was clear that most Web pages were short-lived. Brewster Kahle and Bruce Gilliat invented a system for...
Topics: wayback machine, Internet Archive, web archiving, Brewster Kahle, Bruce Gilliat
Internet Archive Presents
by Chris Freeland
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Did you know that the Internet Archive has an active donations program ? We work with libraries, schools, publishers, and individual collectors who are looking to donate materials to the Internet Archive for preservation and digitization (as funding allows). We also have an innovative partnership with Better World Books, a trusted partner for many libraries. Viewers will hear from Liz Rosenberg, our fearless donation manager, as she walks everyone through the Internet Archive’s physical...
Topic: donations
Internet Archive Staff Presentations
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Internet Archive Presents
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Written & Directed by Rory Mitchell  Produced by Josh Kalven @ Lone Pine Creative & Rory Mitchell @ The Mercantile Music by Dave "Mustang" Lang Sound Mixed by Dave McKeever  Featuring  Mary Moore Lauren Karp Mary Beth Fraser Connolly  Benjamin Bacr Sierra Katrina Rouan Melissa Guevara Laura Prieto, PhD
Topics: cdl, controlled digital lending, covid
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
by Dawn Eden Goldstein
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The Rock Historian:   Dawn Eden Goldstein built a career researching and writing the liner notes to CDs. Some famous (Harry Nillson), some obscure (Irma Thomas, the Soul Queen of New Orleans.) As the years passed and CDs were tossed aside, it felt as if only a few physical artifacts of her work would endure. Then she discovered the Internet Archive was digitizing CDs & their covers--high resolution scans of hundreds of thousands of CD covers, including her most precious and obscure works....
Topics: rock music, CDs, music history
Internet Archive Presents
by Chris Freeland
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On September 9, 2021, Internet Archive hosted an online webinar, “Reflecting on 9/11: Twenty Years of Archived TV News” Learn from scholars, journalists, archivists, and data scientists about the importance of archived television for gaining insights into our evolving understanding of history and society. Participants included the Internet Archive , The American Archive of Public Broadcasting , The Vanderbilt Television News Archive and UCLA Library’s NewsScape TV News Archive .  Jump to...
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Topics: video, television, news, 9/11
Staff presentation - Open Library
Topics: open library, internet archive, Mek Karpeles, Nolan Windham, Jim Champ
Internet Archive Help Center
Internet Archive Help Center
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Help videos and other files intended for use in the Internet Archive help center and documentation.
Topics: help center, documentation, how to
Internet Archive Help Center
by Alexis Rossi
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This walk through describes how to upload files to the Internet Archive.
Topics: help center, uploading, internet archive
Internet Archive Presents
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Photo credit: Brad Shirakawa Images taken during the 2019 Library Leaders Forum held on October 23, 2019, at San Francisco Public Library.
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Public Domain Day Film Contest 2020
Public Domain Day Film Contest 2020
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We are looking for artists of all levels to create and upload a short film of  2-3 minutes  to the Internet Archive to help us celebrate Public Domain Day on December 17th! Public Domain Day is a celebration of all the rich content that will be newly available to the public free of copyright restrictions from the year 1925. We want artists to use this newly available content to create short films that contain content from the archive’s collection from 1925.  The...
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Internet Archive Decentralized Web Summit Images and Media - 2016
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Panel – Peer to Peer Networks. Moderated by Kevin Marks. Participants: Feross Aboukhadijeh David Dias Zooko Wilcox Dr. Gavin Wood Video Production & Live Streaming provided by Argus HD
Topics: decentralized web summit, kevin marks, feross aboukhadijeh, david dias, zooko wilcox, gavin wood,...
Internet Archive Press Photos
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Scanning technician Lan Zhu digitizes a manuscript at the Internet Archive
Topics: press photo, book scanning, digitization, TT Scribe
Internet Archive Presents
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Short video describing the Political Ad Archive, a project of the TVNews group of the Internet Archive. More information about this project can be found at : PoliticalAdArchive.org More political ads can be found at : Internet Archive political ad collection
Topics: Political Ad Archive, TVNews, television news, 2016 Presidential Election
Tim Berners-Lee Keynote: "Re-decentralizing the web - some strategic questions" Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web in 1989. He founded and Directs the World Wide Consortium (W3C) the forum for technical development of the Web. Video Production & Live Streaming provided by Argus HD
Topics: decentralized web summit, tim berners-lee, world wide web consortium, w3c
Video: Creativity on the Decentralized Web – Scott Draves' Electric Sheep A short montage of artist Scott Drave's electric sheep--what your computers create while you sleep. A look at what happens when decentralized tech meets artistic genius. Video Production & Live Streaming provided by Argus HD
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Topics: decentralized web summit, scott draves, electric sheep
Internet Archive Staff Presentations
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Presentation to Internet Archive staff
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Topics: jonah edwards, internet archive
Internet Archive Staff Presentations
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OpenLibrary.org is a project of the Internet Archive, built as an opensource project for its code, and invites participation for code additions and data improvements.   This is a talk giving by the team lead MEK to the Internet Archive staff on how the community was cultivated and grown.
Internet Archive Telethon 2015
Internet Archive Telethon 2015
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On December 19th-20th 2015, the Internet Archive held a 24-hour telethon for the 2015 fundraising season. Many different acts and guests stopped by for hosts Jason Scott and Michelle Krasowski and covered the Archive's goals, achievements, and dreams.
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
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“The Internet Archive…is building a home for Universal Access to All Knowledge, open to everyone, everywhere, to use as they like. Open to all societies of the future that care to build on our triumphs and learn from our mistakes.” -- Lawrence Lessig, narrator                                                                  On May 15, 2017, the Internet Archive was honored with a  Lifetime Achievement Award  at the 21st annual Webbys, hailed by the...
Topics: Webby, Webby Award, Larry Lessig, Wayback Machine, Internet Archive, Lifetime Achievement
Internet Archive Presents
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Libraries have historically been trusted hubs to equalize access to credible information, a crucial role that they should continue to fill in the digital age. However, as more information is born-digital, digitized, or digital-first, libraries must build new policy, legal and public understandings about how advances in technology impact our preservation, community, and collection development practices. This panel brought together legal scholars Ariel Katz (University of Toronto) and Argyri...
Topics: cdl, controlled digital lending, webinar
Quantopia - The Evolution of the Internet
Quantopia - The Evolution of the Internet
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“Quantopia” is a riff on “Quantified Utopia” - a remix of two powerful terms. Plato first conceived of Utopia in his opus The Republic as a Socratic dialog, one of the foundations of Western philosophy. Utopia has a root term in "topos" - same root for "topology" or landscape. A dialog is a conversation, and of course, the Internet and the Web are the biggest conversations humanity has ever had. I wanted to make an acoustic portrait of the sheer impact of the...
Topic: dj spooky, greg niemeyer, internet archive, wendy hanamura
Internet Archive Presents
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Documentation of the unplugged presentation "10 Petabytes Archived!" on October 25, 2012 at the Internet Archive Featuring presentations by Brewster Kahle, Robert Miller, Kristine Hanna, Alexis Rossi, Dave Marvit, and Roger Macdonald, with live music by Jeff Kaplan (guitar), and Don Knuth (organ) 
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Books in Browsers 2010
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Books in Browsers 2010: The Future of Reading on the Web A Showcase of Reading, Lending, and Vending books online. Thursday, October 21st @ 6:00PM Internet Archive 300 Funston Avenue San Francisco, CA 94118 The Internet Archive, with the support of O'Reilly Media, is hosting an evening demonstration of the vending and lending of books in web browsers on a variety of different platforms. The showcase is the keystone event of a two day summit held to examine the rapid transition towards books on...
Topic: books
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
by Wendy Hanamura
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When Paul Lindner's wife Julie died of cancer, he wanted to find the pieces of their life that were recorded somewhere on the Internet. Paul turned to the Internet Archive and its Wayback Machine to track down the ephemera of their digital lives: old postcard, Usenet exchanges, defunct websites. He was able to create a montage of their years together--as a way to remember and to heal. CREDITS: Directed by Wendy Hanamura Videographer: Brad Shirakawa Producer/Editor: Kristin Tieche Courtesy of...
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Topics: Wayback Machine, Usenet, memory, digital memory
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Brewster Kahle is the founder and Digital Librarian of the Internet Archive, as well as a member of the Internet Hall of Fame. The current Web is not private or censorship-free. It lacks a memory, a way to preserve our culture’s digital record through time. The Decentralized Web aims to make the Web open, secure and free of censorship by distributing data, processing, and hosting across millions of computers around the world, with no centralized control. Video Production & Live Streaming...
Topics: decentralized web summit, brewster kahle, internet archive, distributed web, locking the web open
Internet Archive Presents
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Links to talks: Introduction - Wendy Hanamura - Internet Archive James Boyle - Professor of Law, Duke Law School Jennifer Jenkins - Director, Center for the Study of the Public Domain Michael Wolfe - Fellow, Center for the Study of the Public Domain James Boyle - Professor of Law, Duke Law School Lawrence Lessig - Harvard Law School DJ Spooky and Greg Niemeyer - Quantopia Cheyenne Holman - Free Music Archive Rick Prelinger - Prelinger Archive Hannah Donovan - Trash Ryan Merkley - Creative...
Topics: public domain, internet archive, eff, ceative commons
Wendy Hanamura welcomes guests to the first Decentralized Web Summit held at the Internet Archive. Mitchell Baker, Executive Chairperson of the Mozilla Foundation & Corp,
Topics: decentralized web summit, mitchell baker, wendy hanamura
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Internet Archive employee Eliza Zhang digitizes a book. At the Internet Archive, we never destroy a book by cutting off its binding. Instead, we digitize it the hard way--one page at a time. We use the Scribe, a book scanner our engineers invented, along with the software that it runs. Our scanning centers are located in universities and libraries around the world, from Boston Public Library to the University of Toronto to the Wellcome Library and beyond. Eliza is one of our fastest and most...
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Topics: Internet Archive, book digitization, scanning, scribe
Cory Doctorow, is an author, journalist, and Special Advisor at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. In this keynote, Cory explains how the people who founded the web with the idea of having an open, decentralized system ended up building a system that is increasingly monopolized by a few companies — and how we can prevent the same things from happening next time. Transcription: So, as you might imagine, I'm here to talk to you about dieting advice. If you ever want to go on a diet, the first...
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Topics: decentralized web summit, cory doctorow, internet archive, decentralized
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
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Tina Argumedo grew up in Argentina in the 1930s and she loved to dance. Tango music infused her life, and her 78 rpm record collection was among her most prized possessions.  When Tina moved to the United States to be near her daughter, she left most of her things behind--except her 78s. When Tina died, her family wondered what they should do with these fragile records from the 30s. Then they discovered the Internet Archive's Great 78 Project--an ambitious undertaking to digitize every 78 rpm...
Topics: tango, Argentina, 78 rpm records, music
Panel – Naming & User Identities in Decentralized Networks. Moderated by Chelsea Barabas. Christopher Allen Muneeb Ali Joachim Lohkamp Jeremy Rand Video Production & Live Streaming provided by Argus HD
Topics: decentralized web summit, Chelsea Barabas, Christopher Allen, Muneeb Ali, Joachim Lohkamp, Jeremy...
Internet Archive Decentralized Web Summit Images and Media - 2016
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SESSION A: Lightning Talks at the Decentralized Web Summit Meet-up day at the Internet Archive. Facilitated by Primavera De Filippi. Juan Benet IPFS IPFS is a new transport protocol to make the Web faster, safer, decentralized, and permanent. It is based on git, bittorrent, and other p2p systems. Content-addressed and signed hyperlinks allow the web to be distributed p2p, to work without origin servers, to be encrypted end-to-end, to be censorship resistant, to work offline, and more. Arkadiy...
Topics: decentralized web summit, primavera de filippi, internet archive, Juan Benet, IPFS, Arkadiy...
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Learn about building institutional Controlled Digital Lending policies, user experience for patrons and staff, technological platforms, and how you can get involved with the CDL community. View slides Download slides Links shared during the webinar: Library Futures: https://libraryfutures.net Project ReShare: https://projectreshare.org Internet Archive: https://archive.org Open Library Foundation: https://openlibraryfoundation.org CDL Implementers: https://sites.google.com/view/cdl-implementers...
Topics: cdl, controlled digital lending
From The Archive
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The Wayback Machine, a digital archive of the World Wide Web, has reached a landmark with 400 billion webpages indexed.  This makes it possible to surf the web as it looked anytime from late 1996 up until a few hours ago. … Continue reading →
Topics: Announcements, News
Source: https://blog.archive.org/2014/05/09/wayback-machine-hits-400000000000/
Panel – Moonshot Challenge – What could you do to Decentralize Scientific Journal Articles? Moderated by Wendy Hanamura. Participants: Juan Benet Trent McConaghy Karissa McKelvey Denis Nazarov Evan Schwartz In this hands-on panel, we issue a new "moonshot" challenge: How could we take scientific journal literature--which includes code, text, and data--and make it so these articles can be stored, accessed, searched, attributed, and paid for through decentralized systems? How could...
Topics: decentralized web summit, Juan Benet, Trent McConaghy, Karissa McKelvey, Denis Nazarov, Evan...
Internet Archive Decentralized Web Summit Images and Media - 2016
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SESSION B: Lightning Talks at the Decentralized Web Summit Meet-up day at the Internet Archive. Facilitated by Greg McMullen. Matthew Hodgson Matrix Matrix.org is a non-profit FOSS project that defines an ecosystem for open decentralised interoperable real-time comms: persisting conversations in distributed Merkel DAGs to ensure they are owned by their participants and never trapped in proprietary silos. https://matrix.org Lauren Garcia LevelNews.org Media consolidation, technology and...
Topics: decentralized web summit, matthew hodgson, matrix, lauren garcia, level news, ryan barrett,...
Internet Archive Decentralized Web Summit Images and Media - 2016
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SESSION D: Lightning Talks at the Decentralized Web Summit Meet-up day at the Internet Archive. Facilitated by Kyle Drake. Greg Lindahl Internet Archive Ode to Dead Software: Legion People have been building decentralized software systems for 50+ years. I'll cover a late-1990s effort to build a "metacomputing" system, talking about what did and didn't work out well. http://legion.virginia.edu/ Dan Whaley Hypothes.is Open annotations are quickly becoming a powerful new collaborative...
Topics: decentralized web summit, kyle drake, greg lindahl, internet archive, dan whaley, hypothesis,...
Vinton Gray "Vint" Cerf is an Internet pioneer, who is recognized as one of "the fathers of the Internet” for his co-invention of TCP/IP. His contributions have been acknowledged and lauded, repeatedly, with honorary degrees and awards that include the National Medal of Technology, the Turing Award, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Marconi Prize, and membership in the National Academy of Engineering. Cerf has worked for Google as a Vice President and Chief Internet...
Topics: decentralized web summit, vint cerf, google, tcp/ip, internet archive
VIDEO: Enterprise on the Decentralized Web A look at the entrepreneurs who are using decentralized technologies to devise the next generation of apps and products Video Production & Live Streaming provided by Argus HD
Topics: decentralized web summit, internet archive
Brewster Kahle is the founder and Digital Librarian of the Internet Archive, as well as a member of the Internet Hall of Fame. The current Web is not private or censorship-free. It lacks a memory, a way to preserve our culture’s digital record through time. The Decentralized Web aims to make the Web open, secure and free of censorship by distributing data, processing, and hosting across millions of computers around the world, with no centralized control. Video Production & Live Streaming...
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Internet Archive Presents
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Brewster Kahle presents "Building Trust When Truth Fractures"
Topics: Brewster Kahle, Better World Books, Charleston Library Conference 2019
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Panel – Security in a World of Black Hats Moderated by Ross Schulman There are many "Black Hats" on the world stage today. They have enormous resources, little government oversight, and taps into all the major fiber links. Their goal: to break the security of your code. How can the decentralized technologies represented here fend off their attacks? How would you work around the "Great Firewall of China?" How are you employing this "Black Hat" understanding into...
Topics: decentralized web summit, security, ross schulman, van jacobson, mike perry, paige peterson, brian...
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The Booksmith, Library Futures and Internet Archive invite you to a discussion between Joanne McNeil, author of Lurking: How a Person Became a User , and technologist/artist Darius Kazemi.  In this thought-provoking event, Why Trust a Corporation to Do a Library’s Job? , McNeil and Kazemi examine how in the 1990's and early aughts, people became users, and users put their trust in a corporation (Google) to do the job of a library. 
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Photos for the launch of the physical archive in Richmond, CA
Topics: internet archive, physical archive, brewster kahle
Internet Archive Presents
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Took place at the Bitcoin 2013 conference sponsored by Bitcoin Foundation in San Jose, CA. Recorded by Red Pill Recording.
Topics: brewster kahle, jordan modell, bitcoin, internet archive, credit union
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Personal Digital Archiving 2012 Held at The Internet Archive, San Francisco. Thursday February 23 • 9:00-9:15. Welcome and Introduction • 9:15-10:00. Keynotes. The Internet Archive and Personal Archives. Brewster Kahle The Library of Congress: Personal Digital Archive Advice for the General Public. Mike Ashenfelder, Library of Congress • 10:30-11:30 Cases and Examples How my Family Archives Affected Others. Stan James. Unstable Archives: Performing the Franko B Archive. Jo An...
Topics: mike ashenfelder, stan james, jerry michalski, jo ana morfin, peter chan, marc a. smith, megan a....
Panel: As we build a Decentralized Web, what values do we want written in the code? Moderator: Amber Case It's easy as engineers to concentrate on the code and not on those we are building for. What are the values we should be trying to embed in the code? What are the principles we can agree upon about the way this Web should be governed? We hear from the perspectives of an archivist, an engineer, a researcher and an official of the W3C – to see if there is an alignment around values and the...
Topics: decentralized web summit, amber case, Primavera De Filippi, Max Ogden, Wendy Seltzer, Peter Van...
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Virtual book talk with Richard Ovenden about his book, "Burning the Books: A History of the Deliberate Destruction of Knowledge." Richard is joined by Abby Smith Rumsey, writer and historian, as they discuss the history of intentional recorded knowledge destruction. 
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Topics: webinar, library
DWeb Camp 2019
DWeb Camp 2019
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DWeb Camp is a four-day retreat for dreamers and builders. For those who want to create a Web that is more open, private, secure and fun. A Decentralized Web that is locked open for good. DWeb Camp is a place where diverse people can freely exchange ideas about the technologies, laws, markets and agreements we need to move forward. Set on a farm nestled just above the Pacific Ocean, DWeb Camp is also a chance to make deep connections: to builders of Web 3.0, to global communities calling for...
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Internet Archive Decentralized Web Summit Images and Media - 2016
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SESSION C: Lightning Talks at the Decentralized Web Summit Meet-up day at the Internet Archive. Facilitated by Paige Peterson. Jehan Tremback Althea Jehan Tremback is developing Althea, a set of protocols allowing routers on a mesh network to pay each other for bandwidth. This will eliminate the role of centralized ISPs, and lower costs for bandwidth by allowing the network to grow in an organic and decentralized way. Users will load up their devices with cryptocurrency to pay for bandwidth, or...
Topics: decentralized web summit, paige peterson, jehan tremback, althea, john light, bitseed, victor...
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On Wednesday, June 23rd, 2021 the Internet Archive was pleased to present the virtual event Game Not Over with John Carmack and a panel of video game luminaries, experts, and historians. For decades, gaming has been one of the central driving forces behind technological progress in the digital age—from increased storage and memory needs to advancements in graphic capabilities, and even how we interact with and socialize around media and each other. How has this medium morphed and changed, and...
Topics: john carmack, video games, jason scott, Garry Kitchen, Kelsey Lewin, Video Game History Foundation,...
Public Domain Day Film Contest 2020
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A video collage made from media published in 1925. Created as a submission for the 2020 Public Domain Day film contest. Suggest you download from this link and play it locally to make sure it does not stutter. Film and music used: In Youth, Beside the Lonely Sea Das wiedergefundene Paradies (The Newly Found Paradise) Lotte Lendesdorff and Walter Ruttmann Jeux des reflets et de la vitesse (Games on Reflection and Speed) Henri Chomette Koko Sees Spooks Dave Fleischer Filmstudie Hans Richter Opus...
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Photos for use in the Internet Archive's Bay Area events blast for the launch of the 2019 Artist In Residency showcase. 
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Internet Archive Presents
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Photos of the library building of the Internet Archive at 300 Funston Avenue, San Francisco, California 94118.
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Talk by Brewster Kahle at the Ford Foundation "NetGain" Event on February 11, 2015. Talk written out.
Topics: brewster kahle, distributed web, lock the web open, ford foundation, NetGain
Internet Archive Decentralized Web Summit Images and Media - 2016
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Segments: Van Jacobson Introduction by Wendy Hanamura Van Jacobson Interviewed by Jim Nelson Zooka Wilcox Interviewed by Cory Doctorow Tamas Kocsis Interviewed by Fred about Zeronet Decentralized Web Summit Locking the Web Open June 7‐9, 2016 | Internet Archive | San Francisco, CA #DWebSummit New Connections We are bringing together a diverse group of Web architects, activists, engineers, archivists, scholars, journalists, and other stakeholders to explore the technology required to build a...
Topics: decentralized web, internet archive, Vint Cerf, Tim Berners-Lee, Brewster Kahle, neocities,...
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Internet Archive Decentralized Web Summit Images and Media - Press Kit
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Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
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Maria Bustillos, Journalist and Founding Editor of the Brickhouse Cooperative , wishes the Internet Archive a Happy 25th Anniversary.
Topics: Maria Bustillos, Bustillos, Journalist, Activist
In partnership with the Archive-It, the Internet Archive presents an intimate discussion with Makiba J. Foster, manager of the African American Research Library and Cultural Center (AARLCC) for Broward County Libraries. She discusses the important and impactful work of preserving Black culture found on the web. Through Makiba’s collaboration with the Internet Archive’s Community Webs program, she discusses how her work documenting a protest movement led to her building web archives related...
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Public Domain Day Film Contest 2020
by Sissel Ramirez and Arden Spivack-Teather
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https://archive.org/details/McCallsV053N02192511_201810 https://archive.org/details/silent-pretty-ladies https://archive.org/details/ModernPriscilla192511 https://archive.org/details/theeagle_201611 https://archive.org/details/arkivkopia.se-digmus-bm-UMFA54672_1051 https://archive.org/details/EST83RES_P32 https://archive.org/details/78_all-alone-solitario https://archive.org/details/Judge19250321 https://archive.org/details/LadiesWorld189704...
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Quantopia - The Evolution of the Internet
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Quantopia screenshot for newsletter
Topic: quantopia
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The Internet Archive's Open Libraries program empowers libraries to lend digital books to patrons using Controlled Digital Lending. Viewers will learn how CDL works, the benefits of the Open Libraries program, and the impact that the program is having for partner libraries and the communities they serve. Take action: Learn more about the Open Libraries program from our informational web site, including technical requirements for participating and signup form. Watch & share the animated...
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Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
by Internet Archive
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On May 15, 2017 in New York City, the Internet Archive was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 21st annual Webbys, hailed by the New York Times as “one of the Internet’s highest honors.” The Webby Awards lauded the Internet Archive for being “the web’s most knowledgeable historian.” Three of our veteran staff members, Tracey Jaquith, TV Archive Architect, Internet Archive founder and Digital Librarian, Brewster Kahle, and Alexis Rossi, Director of Media and Access,...
Topics: Webby, Award, Internet Archive, Lifetime Achievement, web history
Internet Archive Presents
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Gordon Mohr leads training for the Heritrix, the Internet Archive's web crawler, which was specially designed for web archiving
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DWeb Camp 2019
by Brad Shirakawa
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DWeb Camp is a four-day retreat for dreamers and builders. For those who want to create a Web that is more open, private, secure and fun. A Decentralized Web that is locked open for good. DWeb Camp is a place where diverse people can freely exchange ideas about the technologies, laws, markets and agreements we need to move forward. Set on a farm nestled just above the Pacific Ocean, DWeb Camp is also a chance to make deep connections: to builders of Web 3.0, to global communities calling for...
Topics: DWeb Camp, Internet Archive, Camp 2019
Internet Archive Press Photos
by Internet Archive
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With Open Libraries, we have the ability to put millions of books into the hands of these Rooftop School students
Topics: press photo, MacArthur Foundation, 100&Change, Open Libraries, Rooftop School