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Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
by Dawn Eden Goldstein
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The Rock Historian:   Dawn Eden Goldstein built a career researching and writing the liner notes to CDs. Some famous (Harry Nillson), some obscure (Irma Thomas, the Soul Queen of New Orleans.) As the years passed and CDs were tossed aside, it felt as if only a few physical artifacts of her work would endure. Then she discovered the Internet Archive was digitizing CDs & their covers--high resolution scans of hundreds of thousands of CD covers, including her most precious and obscure works....
Topics: rock music, CDs, music history
DWeb Camp 2019
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sylin nobody, g0v.tw vTaiwan is a an experiment in Taiwan to build a consultation process for the past 5 years, and it has affected more than 26 regulatory reforms. In this share I will describe how vTaiwan came about, how it works, and the people (nobodies) behind. What will You learn? Get an insider's view of how vTaiwan works and hear hopefully refreshing concepts like "forking the government" and "be nobody"
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
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In December 2020, Lillian Michelson, the founder of the Michelson Cinema Research Library , the legendary repository of all things Hollywood, announced that she was donating her library and life's work to the Internet Archive, to be preserved and eventually digitized for online access by the public. A virtual ribbon cutting, panel discussion and screening of the documentary, Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story , was held on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 .  Panelists included film...
Topics: Michelson Library, cinema, film research, Hollywood, Francis Ford Coppola
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On July 22, 2020, Pamela Samuelson, Richard M. Sherman Distinguished Professor of Law and Information at the University of California, Berkeley, spoke at a press conference about the copyright lawsuit against the Internet Archive brought by the publishers Hachette, HarperCollins, Wiley, and Penguin Random House.   These are her remarks. For a transcript of Samuelson's remarks, please see this blog post:...
Topics: internet archive, controlled digital lending, copyright, publishers, lawsuit
Internet Archive Staff Presentations
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Presentation by Wendy Hanamura
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DWeb Camp 2019
by Brad Shirakawa
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DWeb Camp is a four-day retreat for dreamers and builders. For those who want to create a Web that is more open, private, secure and fun. A  Decentralized Web that is locked open for good. DWeb Camp is a place  where diverse people can freely exchange ideas about the technologies,  laws, markets and agreements we need to move forward. Set on a farm nestled just above the Pacific Ocean, DWeb Camp is also a chance to make deep connections: to builders of Web 3.0, to global communities calling...
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Internet Archive Presents
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On Sept 24, 2020,  Public Knowledge , the public interest policy group, presented its  17th annual IP3 Awards . IP3 awards honor those who have made significant contributions in the three areas of “IP”—intellectual property, information policy, and internet protocol. The 2020 Intellectual Property award was presented to  Lila Bailey,  Policy Counsel at the Internet Archive.  “She has been a tremendous advocate and leader behind the scenes on behalf of libraries and archives,...
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DWeb Camp 2019
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Dawn Walker Hypha Worker Co-operative A quick overview of approaches and tactics for having values drive technology design. What will You learn? Listeners will learn current terms and concepts in the values and design space as well as different approaches for considering values throughout the design process.
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
DWeb Camp 2019
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Lightning Talks
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
DWeb Camp 2019
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Margaret Warren owner/founder/creator, Metadata Authoring Systems, LLC/ImageSnippets Listeners will consider the ideas image graphs. Like knowledge graphs, images and their metadata can be represented as nodes and edges in a graph made up of linked data URI's. The data can then be decoupled - while remaining linked to the image. Image data structured in this way not only facilitates access to the images through a variety of decentralized techniques and processes including Solid Pods, and added...
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
by Wendy Hanamura
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Tina Argumedo grew up in Argentina in the 1930s and she loved to dance. Tango music infused her life, and her 78 rpm record collection was among her most prized possessions.  When Tina moved to the United States to be near her daughter, she left most of her things behind--except her 78s. When Tina died, her family wondered what they should do with these fragile records from the 30s. Then they discovered the Internet Archive's Great 78 Project--an ambitious undertaking to digitize every 78 rpm...
Topics: tango, Argentina, 78 rpm records, music
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
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In October of 1996, engineers at the the San Francisco-based Internet Archive launched their first web crawlers, taking snapshots of web pages. At the time, the World Wide Web was only 2.5 terabytes in size. In 1996, it was still impossible to predict how large the World Wide Web might become. Even in those early days of the Web, broken links (404 errors) were a growing problem, and it was clear that most Web pages were short-lived. Brewster Kahle and Bruce Gilliat invented a system for...
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Topics: wayback machine, Internet Archive, web archiving, Brewster Kahle, Bruce Gilliat
In his new book,  Subprime Attention Crisis: Advertising and the Time Bomb at the Heart of the Internet ,  researcher  Tim Hwang   makes the case that the core advertising model driving Google, Facebook, and many of the most powerful companies on the internet is—at its heart—a multibillion dollar financial bubble. Drawing parallels to the 2008 subprime mortgage crisis, Hwang shines a spotlight on the lack of transparency, flawed incentives, and outright fraud that keep this machine...
Topics: Tim Hwang, advertising, Kashmir Hill, Desigan Chinniah, Grant for the Web, Subprime Attention...
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by Wendy Hanamura
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In this demo for the Open Library Explorer , Internet Archive developer, Drini Cami, shows you the features of his new interface for browsing more than 4 million books in the Internet Archive’s Open Library. Still in beta, Open Library Explorer harnesses the Dewey Decimal or Library of Congress classification systems to virtually recreate the beloved bookshelf experience of a physical library. Now readers can discover new books serendipitously, browsing bookshelves organized by a century of...
Topics: Open Library, Dewey Decimal, Library of Congress, virtual, books, library, explore
DWeb Camp 2019
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mix irving scuttlebutt / protozoa The dweb is a bold "new frontier" right? This is a retelling of an old story about empire/colonisation that we're at risk of perpetuating. Let's move beyond a path of oppression, of singular definitions of being + knowledge. Let's learn a little bit about our blind spots and how to deliver on the vision of distributed web. What will You learn? A perspective about how this isn't new, and insight into what I as a beginner have already learnt.
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
DWeb Camp 2019
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Dinesh Dinesh, as part of Janastu and Servelots groups, has been exploring tech engagements for "Indian/South needs" through a rural research lab ( iruway.janastu.org ) set up near Bangalore. Research activities have been generally oriented towards Web content accessibility issues for the low-literate users. Decentralized local mesh networks, indigenous archives, and Web Annotation tools frame the context of activity. A community radio on the mesh using Raspberry Pi based media...
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
DWeb Camp 2019
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Eric Hellman President, Free Ebook Foundation You probably know more about blockchain than you do about snake oil. What will You learn?  It's important to examine our prejudices when we talk about technology and be aware that others won't share them.
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
Rodney Witcher VP Product, Wolk The decentralized web is nothing without decentralized storage. That being said, developers and users of the decentralized web are often then burdened with deciding which decentralized storage provider(s) they should work with. Well, in decentralized fashion, the likely answer is not one single provider or even a predetermined set of providers, but rather ANY provider. The decentralized web will be powered by multiple transport layers, and that decision should be...
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
Internet Archive Footage and B-Roll
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Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
by Willy Duran
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For 50 years, Bob Abramson's House of Oldies- Rare Records, his "little shop on Carmine Street" in New York City was a mecca for record collectors.  The store held more than 250,000 vinyl records. John Lennon, Justin Timberlake, Steve Van Zandt (Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band) and Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin)  have all visited the store over the years. In 2021, Bob decided to close his Greenwich Village shop and move to online sales. It was an enormous move, and a good portion of...
Topics: 45 rpm records, vintage, archive, LPs, 78 rpm, music, New York City
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
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For the 25th Anniversary of the Internet Archive, San Francisco Symphony's principal trumpet, Mark Inouye, and St. Luke's Cathedral organist, Joy-Leilani Garbut performed two duets for organ and trumpet in the Great Room of the Internet Archive. Marc-Antoine Charpentier's "Te Deum Prelude" & George Frideric Handel's "La Réjouissance" (from Music for the Royal Fireworks) Video & Editing by Kyung Lee Audio by Brad Shirakawa
Topics: Internet Archive, music performance, anniversary
Internet Archive Footage and B-Roll
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Yuriy Dybskiy Founder, Puma Browser Lightning Talk: Puma Browser – Building a Privacy Focused Browser Powered by Coil & Interledger We'd like to share our vision for a better internet without ads or tracking and quick story about why and how we're building Puma Browser with Coil and Interledger support What will You learn? Demo of the first mobile browser that supports Interledger Protocol and Coil and how you can monetize content without ads or tracking.
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
Will Harris-Braun Haverford College Eric Harris-Braun Co-founder, Holo The Holochain core team came up against some of the limitations of Scrum as an agile process. We invented a new embodied form: a tree of inspiring intended outcomes that represents project dependencies and evolution. We called it Acorn. What will You learn? How the State-of-Affairs tree works as a tool for project management in a distributed team, its current limitations, and its future directions.
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
DWeb Camp 2019
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Josh Stroud Software Engineer & Tech Event Producer, Angel Launch
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Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
by Vint Cerf
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Vint Cerf, VP at Google and one of the creators of the Internet, shares a  message for the Internet Archive, upon its 25th anniversary.
Topics: Google, Arpanet, Internet
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
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“The Internet Archive…is building a home for Universal Access to All Knowledge, open to everyone, everywhere, to use as they like. Open to all societies of the future that care to build on our triumphs and learn from our mistakes.” -- Lawrence Lessig, narrator                                                                  On May 15, 2017, the Internet Archive was honored with a  Lifetime Achievement Award  at the 21st annual Webbys, hailed by the...
Topics: Webby, Webby Award, Larry Lessig, Wayback Machine, Internet Archive, Lifetime Achievement
DWeb Camp 2019
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John Kunze Identifier Systems Architect, California Digital Library, University of California Office of the President The early web made it easy for anyone to publish, but alarm at the frequency with which URLs broke led to the false notion in academic and research institutions that, to make their URLs persistent, they must publish only via centralized and paywalled URLs. This talk describes the causes and the 18-year-old, decentralized ARK identifier solution maintained by the University of...
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
DWeb Camp 2019
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pospi developer / architect / catalyst, Holochain REA project A quick explanation of the ValueFlows semantic web model as a "schema for the economy". What will You learn? How we can enable a resource-based, barter-like economy which makes all things (including externalities) quantifiable & tradeable.
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
Sergey Ivliev Director, Cryptoeconomics and Blockchain Systems Lab, Perm State University Human identity can be a basis of fair distribution of power and resources - we are all born equal in rights. Existing digital identity concepts rely on 3rd parties, require the release of private data, easy to fake or buy, don't guarantee uniqueness. Proposed solution - massive online synchronized Turing test and anonymous identity network. Potential applications - Proof-of-Identity blockchain, Serverless...
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
Adrian Hope-Bailie Head of Services, Coil Technologies A brief overview of the Interledger protocol. What will You learn? How Interledger works (at a high level) How it can be used to internetwork existing payment networks (where to start) Some of the things Interledger enables us to build in the future
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
DWeb Camp 2019
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Yisi Liu CTO, Dimension Talk about the identity and privacy related issues and then proposes our solution towards a privacy-preserved Internet. What will You learn? The rising concern of privacy leaks and abuses and how we the users could and should do to fight against it.
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
by Catherine Stihler, Creative Commons
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This video message is by Catherine Stihler, CEO of Creative Commons, as she stands in front of the first Carnegie Library in Dunfermline, Scotland. Built in 1883, the library features its mission carved above the sandstone entrance: "Let there be light." Stihler picked this spot to symbolize the work of both the Internet Archive & Creative Commons--each celebrating a milestone anniversary in 2021. Stihler notes: "Preservation of knowledge and culture for everyone, everywhere...
Topics: anniversary, creative commons, Carnegie Library
Mark Nadal CEO, ERA A brief introduction to the protocols, tools, and algorithms for a scalable egalitarian future! What will You learn? How to scale your P2P dApp!
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
DWeb Camp 2019
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Paul Frazee Founder, Beaker Browser A p2p web means everyone is their own server -- but what if they were their own Google too? Turns out, your browser can do more than just publish. It can search, and even query the Web for the data which can drive entire applications. What will You learn? You will learn about how a Web crawler that's embedded in the browser can be used to drive a personal search engine as well as many kinds of non-search applications.
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
Internet Archive Staff Presentations
by Tracey Jaquith
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Internet Archive engineer, Tracey Jaquith, takes you behind the scenes to see how she created "Word Salad," an open-source word game where you find all the possible word combinations in a seven-letter set.  Jaquith as inspired to create this game by her niece, who introduced her to the New York Times' Spelling Bee. After Spelling Bee was paywalled, the Internet Archive whiz thought "How hard could it be to create a game like this that would be free and open source?" In five...
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Topics: Internet Archive, open source, game, spelling bee, puzzle
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
by Wendy Hanamura
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When Paul Lindner's wife Julie died of cancer, he wanted to find the pieces of their life that were recorded somewhere on the Internet. Paul turned to the Internet Archive and its Wayback Machine to track down the ephemera of their digital lives: old postcard, Usenet exchanges, defunct websites. He was able to create a montage of their years together--as a way to remember and to heal. CREDITS: Directed by Wendy Hanamura Videographer: Brad Shirakawa Producer/Editor: Kristin Tieche Courtesy of...
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Topics: Wayback Machine, Usenet, memory, digital memory
Community Video
by Jeffrey Alan Scudder
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An up and coming digital artist makes a house call to his personal hero: the inventor of the internationally popular 90s kids painting program: Kid Pix. “How [Kid Pix] produces total delight in almost everyone almost straightaway is a miracle of design.” - Brian Eno (A Year With Swollen Appendices, p. 146) Special thanks to Kay & Craig Hickman (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChh3CO6nLHLsnrnEOxISbAA) Created for the Internet Archive Artist Residency 2019 in partnership with Ever Gold...
Topic: internet archive, artist in residency
Community Video
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Born in Mountain View, California in 1924, Doris Haruno Abey began studying traditional Japanese dance at age seven. Between raspberry seasons, her farming family was active in the local kabuki theater, pointing the young girl to her life’s passion. For several years, Doris studied dance in Japan, earning her professional name “Sahomi” from the Tachibana School of Dance in 1941. Doris returned to the United States as the dancer Sahomi Tachibana , aboard the very last ship to leave port...
Topics: japanese, odori, culture, dance, internment, WWII, kabuki, Japanese American, arts
Internet Archive Footage and B-Roll
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DWeb Meetups
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DWeb Camp 2019
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Molly Mackinlay IPFS Project Lead, IPFS Project This talk will briefly explain how IPFS addresses content (files, directories, etc). What will You learn? How IPFS addresses content (CIDs) and what goes into a content address in IPFS (multibase, multiaddr, multicodec).
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
DWeb Camp 2019
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Abhik Chowdhury Researcher, Arizona State University The goal of the talk is to contribute to the discussion of finding a killer application for the Dweb and to share my work exploring applications in wearable technology. What will You learn? They'll take away a high level overview of some of the major advantages of using decentralized structures as well as learn about potential application with wearable technology.
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
DWeb Camp 2019
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Peter Wang Anaconda, Inc. It's possible that terms like "decentralization" and "p2p" are actually a poor fit to describe the long-term goals of many who are working in this space. I propose a different take - namely, orthogonality - that emphasizes agency and lack of capture, without encumbering notions fixated on legacy transport-layer brokenness. What will You learn? I propose a new set of conceptual dimensions along which to think about our various projects. Even if...
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DWeb Camp 2019
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Feross Aboukhadijeh Founder, WebTorrent Come hear the lessons that Feross has learned from starting and running a P2P open source project. He will try to condense as many lessons into the time slot as possible. This will be a whirlwind! What will You learn? Listeners will learn valuable takeaways for running DWeb projects in a way that prioritizes helping as many users as possible. Learn what WebTorrent did right and wrong!
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
DWeb Camp 2019
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rick wesson How to build your own blockchain application with Cosmos in 5 minutes What will You learn? Fractals, Escape Iterators and Chemistry of Life
Topics: DWeb Camp: Internet Archive, Lightning Talks
DWeb Camp 2019
by Brad Shirakawa
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DWeb Camp is a four-day retreat for dreamers and builders. For those who want to create a Web that is more open, private, secure and fun. A Decentralized Web that is locked open for good. DWeb Camp is a place where diverse people can freely exchange ideas about the technologies, laws, markets and agreements we need to move forward. Set on a farm nestled just above the Pacific Ocean, DWeb Camp is also a chance to make deep connections: to builders of Web 3.0, to global communities calling for...
Topics: DWeb Camp, Internet Archive, Camp 2019
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
by Wendy Hanamura
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In 1996, a young computer scientist named Brewster Kahle set out to build a “Library of Everything” for the digital age. A library containing all the published works of humankind, free to the public, and structured as a nonprofit to last the ages. He named this digital library the Internet Archive.  Its mission: to provide everyone with “Universal Access to All Knowledge.” Using archival footage shot on October 29, 1996 by Marc Weber and Kevin Hughes for the Web History Project, this...
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Topics: Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive, Wayback Machine, crawl, web archiving, digital library
Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
by Wendy Hanamura
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Supporters from around the world sent in these video wishes to the Internet Archive for its 25th anniversary. Produced & Edited by Rory Mitcheell, The Mercantile Original Music by Dave "Mustang" Lang
Topics: InternetArchive, anniversary, 25th, supporters