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The Trump team just tried to delete old press releases because it doesn't understand the internet

President Donald Trump's team just learned a hard life lesson: Nothing ever truly disappears from the internet. At most, it just travels to a more obscure (but still very findable) location. The..
Mashable

The Strong Museum's latest addition digs deep into gaming history

Video games are a unique, nascent art form and it makes sense to preserve them. While efforts by the Internet Archive have been underway for a while, it hasn't been a priority for the gaming industry..
engadget Also reported by •TUAW

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News video: This Website Wants to Keep Trump Honest

This Website Wants to Keep Trump Honest 02:54

The free Trump Archive, made by the non-partisan Internet Archive, lets anyone search and play what America’s new president has been saying on TV since 2009. WSJ's Geoffrey A. Fowler explores the..
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News video: The world's digital history is stored in this old church

The world's digital history is stored in this old church 02:38

The Internet Archive has been collecting websites, books, music, software and other materials for the last 20 years. This is what it's like to be inside their real-life location.
Source: CNET - Affiliate -

News video: Internet Archive Reveals Scary Government Demands For Private Info

Internet Archive Reveals Scary Government Demands For Private Info 01:15

The Internet Archive is a nonprofit organization that has built a digital library and maintains an archive of web pages on the internet. According to FiveThirtyEight.com, The Internet Archive revealed..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: The Internet Archive Is Moving To Canada To Stay Safe From Trump

The Internet Archive Is Moving To Canada To Stay Safe From Trump 00:39

Archive.org is moving a backup copy of the internet to Canadian servers, over fears that Trump’s presidency might impact a free and open internet.
Source: HuffPost Canada Trends -

News video: The Internet Archive Is Moving to Canada because of Trump

The Internet Archive Is Moving to Canada because of Trump 01:27

To save the web from Trump, we'll have to archive the internet in Canada
Source: NowThis -

 

The Internet Archive now lets run old-school Mac OS (and its games) in your browser

the internet archive now lets run old-school mac os (and its games) in your browser
Are you an Apple fan, and you’re feeling a bit nostalgic? Then you might want to check out the Internet Archive’s old-school Mac OS emulators. As spotted by Neowin, the archive now hosts Mac OS..
The Next Web Also reported by •betanews

Early Apple Macintosh emulation brings classic games right to your browser

early apple macintosh emulation brings classic games right to your browser
MacOS 6 and 7 make an appearance in the latest Internet Archive emulation project, where you can play early Apple games, try out its visual interface and even use tools like the calculator and Disk..
Digital Trends

Go back to 1984 with Internet Archive's Macintosh collection

Not content to sit on the sidelines, the Internet Archive recently resurrected something, too. This time, it's a swath of apps, games and software from the original Macintosh circa 1984. That means..
engadget Also reported by •TUAW

The Internet Archive brings Apple's classic Macintosh to your browser

We've seen the Internet Archive publish classic software collections for MS-Dos, Amiga, Apple II, Windows 3.1, and classic arcade games. Now, the online museum is moving on to the Macintosh. To read..
Macworld Also reported by •PC World

Now you can play a collection of retro Macintosh programs

now you can play a collection of retro macintosh programs
The Internet Archive has created 40 emulators of programs released from 1984 to 1989 for you to use inside your browser. This includes programs such as MacWrite and Space Invaders.
MailOnline

Travel back to a black-and-white Mac interface with this Apple emulator

About 25 years ago, Apple released what was considered by some to be the most elegant personal computing interface available at the time, MacOS 7.0.1.  Apple's System 7 interface hasn't aged as..
Mashable

Go back in time with the Internet Archive’s collection of Macintosh programs from the 1980s

go back in time with the internet archive’s collection of macintosh programs from the 1980s
The Internet Archive is an indispensable resource for web users, backing up websites and documents, but also providing copies of historical software, such as the earliest home console and arcade games...
The Verge

In-browser Mac OS 7.0.1 emulation, compatible software suite arrives at the Internet Archive

A pair of 20MB hard drive compilations contain a full MacOS 7.0.1 environment that runs in a browser, and contains an assortment of applications spanning from 1984 to 1991 has appeared on the Internet..
AppleInsider

Once-Classified Nuclear Bomb Tests Posted To YouTube For Chilling Reason

Secret no longer. The Lawrence Livermore National Lab has begun posting films of its U.S. nuclear weapons tests to YouTube, KGO reported Wednesday. The lab is reanalyzing the footage to improve..
Huffington Post

Bill Gates predicted the rise of Netflix and Facebook in a 1994 Playboy interview

bill gates predicted the rise of netflix and facebook in a 1994 playboy interview
1994 was a big year for Bill Gates. The newly-married billionaire landed on top of Forbes' list of the richest Americans. Microsoft was on the brink of becoming the technology powerhouse it is..
Business Insider

These strange 1917 photos were supposed to teach businessmen how to get in shape for success

Image: Library of Congress via Internet Archive Impressive carriage and appearance are much needed by those who would succeed in the business world. Undeniably the reader who could appear before..
Mashable

How The 'Guerrilla Archivists' Saved History – And Are Doing It Again Under Trump

By Morgan Currie, University of California, Los Angeles and Britt S. Paris, University of California, Los Angeles On Inauguration Day, a group of students, researchers and librarians gathered in a..
Huffington Post

Bill Gates once coyly defended LSD use by saying 'I never missed a day of work'

bill gates once coyly defended lsd use by saying 'i never missed a day of work'
Entrepreneurs have turned to psychedelics and other illicit drugs for years in order to "hack the brain" en route to success. Steve Jobs dropped acid. Richard Branson smokes marijuana. Author and..
Business Insider


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