The Best of Internet Archive
8 most popular Internet Archive articles, as voted by our community.
Internet Archive is a non-profit digital library offering millions of free books, movies, & audio files, plus billions of saved web pages in the Wayback Machine
Internet Archive on Books
Digital Books wear out faster than Physical Books
Ever try to read a physical book passed down in your family from 100 years ago? Probably worked well. Ever try reading an ebook you paid for 10 years ago? Probably a different experience. From the…
Internet Archive on Math
A Calculated Move: Calculators Now Emulated at Internet Archive
It’s time to add another family of emulated older technology to the Internet Archive. The vast majority of platforms within what we call The Emularity happens because of the work of MAME Team, which…
Internet Archive on Religion
Full text of "The Little Green Book — Ayatollah Khomeini"
THE <© LITTLE GREEN BOOK THE LITTLE GREEN BOOK Selected Fatawah And Sayings of The Ayatollah Mosavi Khomeini — translated into English by Harold Salemson — with a special introduction by Clive Irving…
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Reflections as the Internet Archive turns 25
As a young man, I wanted to help make a new medium that would be a step forward from Gutenberg's invention. By building a Library of Everything in the digital age, I thought the opportunity was not…
TV NEWS : Search Captions. Borrow Broadcasts : TV Archive : Internet Archive
Welcome to TV NEWS Archive! This research library service enables you to: Search more than 1,343,000 U.S. broadcasts using closed captioning; Borrow broadcasts on DVDs; View and Cite short streamed clips; Compare and Contrast perspectives across networks, stations and time; and Place video quotes within your commentary. Dive in and Share your insights!
More 1973-05: Volume 3, Issue 5.Digitized from IA1643422-01.Previous issue: sim_more_1973-04_3_4.Next issue: sim_more_1973-06_3_6.
Understanding 9/11: A Television News Archive
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The 30-Foot Jump
We just don’t jump like we used to … I’m talking about human beings here, not me personally, though it is also true that I do not jump like I once did. I jumped off the last two steps on my front…
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