Have I got news for you

We used to cut articles of interest from newspapers and magazines. Some people still do but much of this activity has now moved online. Newspapers and clippings have been digitised and made available on the web. Newspapers.com, containing 4,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s, is an example. Clippings from these  papers seem crowd-sourced. Registered users create … Continue reading Have I got news for you

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Things I Did Not Know About the Internet Archive

I started my new role at the Internet Archive earlier this week, joining the Web Group, an awesome team of passionate and talented new colleagues. I knew many things about the Internet Archive. This is where the idea of archiving the global web was born and the world's largest web archive resides. I have visited … Continue reading Things I Did Not Know About the Internet Archive

Capturing and Replaying Streaming Media in a Web Archive – British Library Case Study

This article was written for and accepted by iPRES 2010, which took place on September 19 - 24, 2010 in Vienna, Austria. It details how the British Library web archiving team met the challenges of archiving sculptor Antony Gormeley's 2009 public arts project website, http://www.oneandother.co.uk, which is now the only surviving online record of this live … Continue reading Capturing and Replaying Streaming Media in a Web Archive – British Library Case Study