How Brewster Kahle is using open-source principles to build affordable housing for non-profit workers


Brewster Kahle’s Internet Archive has been charting the Web’s evolution since 1996. Anyone wishing to return to the Yahoo of the mid-1990s or the Google of the early noughties merely has to punch the desired URL into the wonderful Wayback Machine, and boom. There it is, in all its (former) glory. But the Internet Archive is much more than a visual public record of the Web of yore. It provides permanent storage of, and free public access to, collections of digitized materials, including websites, music, moving images, and around three million books. Besides the gargantuan digital repository, however, Kahle was...

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