An Internet Archivist Recommits to Books

Friday, June 10, 2011


A funny thing happened while Brewster Kahle was fighting valiantly to preserve the digital life of the internet at the Internet Archive … he fell for books. After 15 years of relentlessly preserving and guaranteeing access to the fading history of life online, Kahle explains why he’s recently undertaken an ambitious actual library, with actual books.

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