The internet archive is a interesting site. The home of the wayback machine, a web page archive, that snaps a archival copy of websites every few months. It is also the home of what might be called and open library movement that is working with other archivers to supply the world with permanent supply of books and information. Though most of these are out of copyright many still have valuable information or classic stories to impart as well as the historical value. It is also home to collections of music and video ripe for the viewing. I found my favorite detective the Sherlock Holmes. I was surprised to find that not only was there text but also audio files and video. Check out this site and donate to the cause if you can. There is a nice interview onTWIT #144 this week about this also.
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