The Paleozoic Internet

Friday, June 10, 2011

Transcript

One way to think of the internet is as an infinitely expanding trove of ephemera. While we assume that all of the videos, links, jokes, blog posts and one-off websites are there forever, it's actually extremely difficult to archive the net. Bob checks in with a group of digital archaeologists, people who are recording and presenting the net as it used to be, as far back in antiquity as 1991.

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