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View Resource Looking back into one magazine's online presence raises questions about the problems involved with creating web archives

Survey Finds That Libraries Are Interested in Collaborating on Online Projects, but Don't Do It Yet http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2012/07/survey-finds-that-libraries-are-interested-in-collaborating-on-online-projects-but-dont-do-it-yet/259486/ Neatline helps Map New World of Digital Humanities...

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View Resource Internet Archive Wayback Machine

Since 1996, the Internet Archive Wayback Machine has been dedicated to preserving public websites for generations to come. As the team behind the Wayback Machine explains, "Most societies place importance on preserving artifacts of their culture and heritage...Our culture now produces more and more artifacts in digital form." As of this write up, the Wayback Machine includes over 284 webpages. New...

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View Resource Oldweb.today

Those nostalgic for (or curious about) the internet's olden days may be interested in Oldweb.today, a web portal that focuses on the internet experience from days of yore. As the resource's creators explain, "[t]oday's web browsers want to be invisible [...]. In the 1990s, browser design took nearly the opposite approach, using iconography associated with travel to convey the feeling of going on a...

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