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Sunday, March 17, 2019

Internet Archive Seeks to Save Google+

In early projects we used the Internet Archive to document marketing efforts.  We used the archive as a source of data and metadata of historical marketing.  Now the archive has volunteered  to save other parts of the Internet that are being lost,  Google+ posts,  parts that were not normally part of the Internet Archive's original scope.   Details of the effort and how you can help, or use the results,  at the link:

Data Migration in Reddit:
The archiving of public Google+ content to the Internet Archive by the ArchiveTeam has has begun.

What does this mean, how does this affect you, and what can you do?
Most public Google+ content should live on at the Internet Archive thanks to a fanatical bunch of volunteers, and you can help.

The Internet Archive

The Internet Archive is a digital library with the stated mission of "universal access to all knowledge". Though often known for its Web archives, the "Wayback Machine", it also preserves texts, audio, video, software, and other formats. Think of the Wayback Machine as the Web's attic, or basement, or storage locker. .... " 

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