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1 February 2015


  1. Temporary archiving’s terms of service include the right to delete anything and close without notice. Not really “the forever business” they promise.


  1. Time Travel

    Search for a URL and a date and this aggregates results from lots of different web archives.

  2. What the Web Said Yesterday - The New Yorker

    On the Internet Archive, Brewster Kahle, and attempts to archive the web in general.


    A way to create an archived copy of a page for citation purposes. T&Cs say “WE MAKE NO REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES, OR UNDERTAKINGS AS TO PERMANENCE OR THE DURATION OF PRESERVATION.” Brilliant.


  • philgyford’s avatar

    @tomtaylor Yeah, nice. I think that was mentioned in a New Yorker article, now on my Pinboard.

  • philgyford’s avatar

    @paulpod Yeah, printing a website out into a book that the British Library has to archive seems like a good bet.

  • philgyford’s avatar

    When a permanent archiving service isn’t a permanent archiving service:…

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  • yoz’s avatar

    Afterwards we drop into a quiet little place & have a drink or two/
    And then I go & spoil it all by saying something stupid like “spamflaps”

    Central Richmond, San Francisco, United States