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Editor's Soapbox: Give Thanks for Well Routed Packets

It’s Thanksgiving here in the US, so we’re taking a long weekend. In lieu of a more traditional “from the archives” post, I’m going to give thanks. You know what I’m thankful for? I’m thankful that data packets on the Internet are routed...Show More Summary

Mike's Blog Round Up

Too much news Tuesday: My long-time iNternet acquaintances at World O' Crap have dug into their archives & pulled out some "Just How Awful Is Roy Moore?" items from the late Mesozoic Era. "Pretty awful" is the answer. Southern BealeShow More Summary

Laughing Squid Featured in the June 1998 Issue of the Japanese Internet Culture Magazine ‘Konpeito’

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Going through our archives recently, I came across the June 1998 issue of the Japanese internet culture magazine Konpeito, that interviewed me almost two decades ago for a feature story on Laughing Squid. The article includes a screenshot of what the Laughing Squid website looked like in 1998, as well as mentioning our coverage of...

One man's mission to archive Nintendo's flash promo games

There was a time when Flash games ruled the internet, and Nintendo even got in on the action. The Big N has been involved with a number of promotional Flash creations to get people excited about their upcoming titles. Some of these Flash...Show More Summary

After Gothamist: how to read Web pages that have gone to their grave

2 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

The search isn't pretty, but you can find many yanked pages through Internet archives.        

Amazing 1945 Archival ‘Dash Cam’ and Rumble Seat Footage of a Car Ride Through Lower Manhattan

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Using footage from the Internet Archive’s 35mm stock footage collection, YouTuber WDTVLIVE42 has put together an amazing “dash cam” and rumble seat views of the streets of lower Manhattan taken from a moving car in 1945. Both the frontward and backward facing parts of the film captures daily city life during the beginning of the...

clawmarks: Life and Death. Iconologia, ovvero, Immagini di...

3 weeks agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

clawmarks: Life and Death. Iconologia, ovvero, Immagini di tutte le cose principali a cui l'umano talento ha finto un corpo - 1819 - via Internet Archive

clawmarks: Samuel Howitt - A new work of animals - 1811 - via...

last monthArts / Art History : Old Paint

clawmarks: Samuel Howitt - A new work of animals - 1811 - via Internet Archive

The Internet Archive is Making 62 Obscure, Out-of-Print Books Available Online

last monthHumor / odd : mental_floss

The works are in the public domain because of a rarely used provision of U.S. copyright law.

Internet Archives Liberates Old Books Using Never Used Before Provision Of Copyright Law

last monthIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Section 108 of copyright law doesn't get very much attention (though, we did just mention it in regards to an archive of Howard Stern/Donald Trump interviews). It's the part of the law that grants some fairly narrow exceptions to copyright for libraries and archives. Show More Summary

Four short links: 11 October 2017

Out-of-Print Scanning, Developing ARSudoku, Testing Chatbots, Remote Work Culture Books From 1923 to 1941 Are Now Liberated (Internet Archive) -- a little known, and perhaps never used, provision of U.S. copyright law, Section 108h, allows libraries to scan and make available materials published 1923 to 1941 if they are not being actively sold. Show More Summary

An obscure copyright law is letting the Internet Archive distribute books published 1923-1941

last monthHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Section 108h of the Copyright Act gives libraries the power to scan and serve copies of out-of-print books published between 1923 and 1941; it's never been used before but now the mighty Internet Archive is giving it a serious workout,...Show More Summary

Jason Scott Talks His Way Out Of It, A Weekly Podcast of Stories About Subjects He Cares About

2 months agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Jason Scott, a talented filmmaker, speaker, archivist for Internet Archive and good friend of Laughing Squid is now doing a weekly podcast entitled. “Jason Scott Talks His Way Out of It“. The title is very telling as the wonderfully vociferous Scott will be sharing stories, essays, presentations and information for those subjects for which he...

Jason Scott Talks His Way Out Of It, A Weekly Podcast of the Goings On Inside Jason Scott’s Head

2 months agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Jason Scott, a talented filmmaker, speaker, archivist for Internet Archive and good friend of Laughing Squid is now doing a weekly podcast entitled. “Jason Scott Talks His Way Out of It“. The title is very telling as the wonderfully vociferous Scott will be sharing stories, essays, presentations and information for those subjects for which he...

The Bounty of the Ted Nelson Junk Mail

2 months agoTechnology : ASCII

At the end of May, I mentioned the Ted Nelson Junk Mail project, where a group of people were scanning in boxes of mailings and pamphlets collected by Ted Nelson and putting them on the Internet Archive. Besides the uniqueness of the content, it was also unique in that we were trying to set it […]

Houston Arts Update: Assessing Harvey's Arts Damages

3 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

The flood water compromised museum archives, caused structural damage and knocked out electricity and the Internet. How extensive was the damage? We talked with representatives and gathered information from some of major Houston’s arts centers to find out.

A Brief History of Book Burning, From the Printing Press to Internet Archives

As long as there have been books, people have burned them—but over the years, the motivation has changed

News Briefs for July 2017

NEA announces 63 new grants, Texas State Library and Archives Commission will receive $1 million for high-speed Internet in local communities, Clarivate Analytics acquires Publons, and more News in Brief from the July 1, 2017 issue of Library Journal.

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