Where to find what’s disappeared online, and a whole lot more: the Internet Archive

In a gleaming white former church with Greek-style pillars, under the shade of cypress trees in a quiet neighborhood of San Francisco, an effort to preserve much of what’s online, and to scan books, and save video streams from around the world, is now underway.

Pictures and lots of information found HERE

Too lazy to do so? Well, here is all you need to know:

They’ve saved video streams from major television networks around the world. And they’ve saved multiple versions of websites and webpages that might otherwise have disappeared, available to anyone who goes to archive.org, by using the “Wayback Machine.” About five million people use it every day, Kahle says.

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