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  Internet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Internet users can watch animals around an African waterhole, ships in the Panama Canal, the traffic at a local roundabout or their own premises, live and in real time.
The internet and the advent of blogs has given employees a forum from which to voice their opinions about their jobs, employers and co-workers, creating a massive amount of information and data on work that is currently being collected by the Worklifewizard.org project run by Harvard Law School's Labor and Worklife Program.
Internet Explained Seven part article explaining the origins to the present and a summary for future of the Internet.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Internet   (4688 words)

  
 Internet Archive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Internet Archive, located at the Presidio in San Francisco, California, is dedicated to maintaining an archive of multimedia resources.
This archive includes "snapshots of the World Wide Web" (archived copies of pages, taken at various points in time), software, movies, books, and audio recordings (including recordings of live concerts from bands that allow it).
The Independent News collection includes sub-collections such as the Internet Archive's World At War competition from 2001, in which contestants created short films demonstrating "why access to history matters." Among their most-downloaded video files are eyewitness recordings of the devastating 2004 tsunami.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Internet_Archive   (1019 words)

  
 The Internet Traffic Archive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The archive is also open to programs for reducing raw trace data to more manageable forms, for generating synthetic traces, and for analyzing traces.
Traces contributed to the archive often will have been filtered to some degree to preserve the privacy of the network users whose traffic was traced, and to address network security concerns.
There are two mailing lists associated with the archive, one for discussion of the archive contents, and the other for announcements of updates and changes.
ita.ee.lbl.gov   (496 words)

  
 Mindjack - Feature - Inside The Internet Archive
The Internet Archive was founded in 1995 by Brewster Kahle with the intent of preserving what is arguably the fastest growing archive of human expression ever created.
The Internet Archive does essentially the same thing in what it calls a "crawl." Crawls are carried out by the Archive itself or crawls are donated by other entities.
The Internet Archive Bookmobile, a mirror of the Project Gutenberg files, the Orphan Films collection and the special collection of September 11th related web material are a small sample of the overwhelming store of information available.
www.mindjack.com /feature/archive.html   (2070 words)

  
 Internet Archive Media Advisory: Digital Bookmobile Tour Gives Free Internet Books to Kids (September 24, 2002)
To celebrate the public domain and the launch of the Bookmobile, the Archive is hosting a "going-away party" at the Archive from 4:30-7:30pm PDT on Friday, September 27.
The Internet Archive is a non-profit organization founded in 1996 to provide "universal access to human knowledge." Located in the Presidio of San Francisco, IA is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form.
The Internet Archive submitted an amicus brief to the Supreme Court explaining that if Congress is allowed to keep on extending the copyright term, it will take works even longer to enter the public domain.
www.eff.org /IP/20020924_eff_bookmobile_pr.html   (674 words)

  
 [EAS]Internet Archive
The Archive has been cataloging Webpages since its inception in 1996, and for their fifth anniversary has opened the archive to the public by launching their "Wayback Machine." To operate the "Machine," users type a URL into the search box, which will call up dated, archived pages of the site.
The Internet Archive is a nonprofit, which has received funding from a number of sources including the Library of Congress and the National Science Foundation.
There are those who claim that without an Internet Archive, we live in the "digital dark age." If they read a few good medieval histories, they would have a better sense of the complex intellectual fabric and sensibilities about the process of publication that existed in the Middle Ages.
jove.eng.yale.edu /pipermail/eas-info/2001/000365.html   (626 words)

  
 The OSU Computer and Information Science Department
The Internet Request For Comments (or RFC) documents are the written definitions of the protocols and policies of the Internet.
It is a summary of the "oral tradition" of the Internet on this subject.
It is an indispensable companion to all those who are keen to make sense of life in an infinitely complex and confusing Internet, for although it cannot hope to be useful or informative on all matters, it does make the reassuring claim that where it is inaccurate, it is at least definitively inaccurate.
www.cse.ohio-state.edu /cs/Services/rfc   (652 words)

  
 Internet Archive Glossary @ LaunchBase.org (Launch Base)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
As an alternative, scholars who want to permanently archive material and immediately cite an archived version can use the WebCite system instead.
Geeks" collection; and ephemeral material from Prelinger Archives, such as advertising, educational and industrial films and amateur and home movie collections.
However, it was later clarified that lawyers from the Church of Scientology had demanded the removal, on unknown legal grounds, and that the actual site owners did not want their material removed.
www.launchbase.org /encyclopedia/Internet_Archive   (876 words)

  
 Keeper of Expired Web Pages Is Sued Because Archive Was Used in Another Suit - New York Times
Beyond its utility for Internet historians, the Web page database, searchable with a form called the Wayback Machine, is also routinely used by intellectual property lawyers to help learn, for example, when and how a trademark might have been historically used or violated.
The Internet Archive goes a step further, allowing Web site administrators to use the robots.txt file to control the archiving of current content, as well as block access to any older versions already stored in the archive's database before a robots.txt file was put in place.
The Internet Archive, meanwhile, is accused of breach of contract and fiduciary duty, negligence and other charges for failing to honor the robots.txt file and allowing the archived pages to be viewed.
www.nytimes.com /2005/07/13/technology/13suit.html?ex=1278907200&en=377b4f3f0d459300&ei=5090&partner=rssuserland&emc=rss   (1044 words)

  
 Internet Archive, Prelinger Archives, and Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation
The Internet Archive, Prelinger Archives, and Project Gutenberg submit this brief to increase the Court’s understanding of the true cost of the CTEA to our cultural heritage.
Imagine that any child, student, philosopher, reporter, or scholar could simply go to an Internet library the size of the LOC from his or her home or work computer, search for documents in the public domain, and then search and view those documents within a matter of minutes.
Amici Internet Archive, Prelinger Archives and Project Gutenberg respectfully request this Court to enforce the public’s right to preserve and access its heritage by striking down the CTEA as an unconstitutional extension of the copyright term beyond the enumerated powers given to Congress by the United States Constitution.
cyber.law.harvard.edu /openlaw/eldredvashcroft/supct/amici/internet-archive.html   (8360 words)

  
 Initiatives, About Internet Archive
The Internet Archive is a complete snapshot of all web pages on every website since 1996 till today.
The Bibliotheca Alexandrina and the Internet Archive are committed to the goal of the universal digital library: preserving the heritage of humanity and ensuring access to all this heritage.
The users of these archives are bound by the terms of the Internet Archive.
www.bibalex.org /English/initiatives/internetarchive/about.htm   (397 words)

  
 Internet Archive: Wayback Machine
Internet Archive today announced the latest release of Archive-It 1.5, a new subscription-based archiving service geared towards a broad range of institutions at a cost considerably lower than other archive platforms.
Archive-It enables subscribers to capture, categorize, and preserve online material from their own institutions' as well as from the world wide web.
The UK Central Government Web Archive is a selective collection of UK Government websites, archived from August 2003, which has been collected by the Internet Archive on behalf of the National Archives of the United Kingdom.
web.archive.org   (782 words)

  
 OpenP2P.com -- Brewster Kahle on the Internet Archive and People's Technology
Brewster Kahle is the founder and digital librarian for the Internet Archive (IA).
One of the main goals of the Internet Archive is to provide "Universal Access to All Human Knowledge." It sounds like a lofty task, but Brewster is firmly committed to it, and truly believes that it is achievable.
So Internet Archive's participation is to help fund the project to get it kick-started, and to try to get some active roofs up and running.
www.openp2p.com /pub/a/p2p/2004/01/22/kahle.html   (3364 words)

  
 IP-WARS.NET || Complaint Against Internet Archive
Internet Archive should have reasonably expected that Healthcare Advocates would rely upon its promise that it would block public access to the archived historical content of the www.healthcareadvocates.com web site if Healthcare Advocates installed the denial text string in the robots.txt file on the computer server hosting wwww.healthcareadvocates.com web site.
Internet Archive negligently failed to act in good faith in performing its duty to block public access to the archived historical content of the www.healthcareadvocates.com web site on July 9, 2003 and July 14, 2003.
Internet Archive intended to supply this materially false information for the benefit of a discrete group of web site owners whose archived historical web site content was being stored on the Internet Archive's computer servers, a group of which Healthcare Advocates was a member.
www.ip-wars.net /story/2005/7/12/185442/034   (5436 words)

  
 The Internet Archive wants your files. By Paul Boutin
I'm a few minutes late for lunch at the Internet Archive, but they know what kept me. The view of San Francisco Bay outside the archive's digs at the Presidio is captivating even if you already live here.
As the Web ballooned to more than 10 billion pages, the archive's main server farm—hidden across town in a data center beneath the city's other big bridge—grew to hold a half-million gigabytes of compressed and indexed pages.
The Internet Archive isn't just the Wayback Machine—the nonprofit's two dozen or so employees have filled an equal amount of disk space with uploaded film collections, presidential debates, Bugs Bunny cartoons, and news broadcasts from the Middle East.
www.slate.com /id/2116329   (1149 words)

  
 Internet Archive Named in Suit Over Archived Pages
The Internet Archive was created in 1996 as the institutional memory of the online world, storing snapshots of ever-changing Web sites and collecting other multimedia artifacts.
Now the nonprofit archive is on the defensive in a legal case that represents a strange turn in the debate over copyrights in the digital age.
(2) the library or archives displays prominently, at the place where orders are accepted, and includes on its order form, a warning of copyright in accordance with requirements that the Register of Copyrights shall prescribe by regulation.
www.webmasterworld.com /forum31/1937.htm   (1770 words)

  
 Internet Archive Launches Wayback Machine: Noticeboard: JoDI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Internet Archive [http://www.archive.org/], a comprehensive library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form, today launched the Wayback Machine, a free service allowing people to access and use archived versions of past web pages.
Since 1996, when the Internet Archive was founded in order to create a permanent collection of digital material for the public, the Internet Archive has been storing and recording web pages.
About the Internet Archive The Internet Archive was founded in 1996 in order to build a digital library and other cultural artifacts in digital form, with the purpose of offering permanent and free access to researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public.
jodi.ecs.soton.ac.uk /noticeboard/wayback.html   (449 words)

  
 PCWorld.com - Internet Tips: No-Guilt Downloads: Free Books, Music and Movies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Internet Archive pulls together several long-standing, independent electronic book libraries, including the Million Book Project and Project Gutenberg, which account for more than 20,000 free books between them.
The Internet Archive's Live Music Archive offers thousands of high-quality live recordings of Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Cowboy Junkies, Little Feat, Grateful Dead, and scores more.
Nevertheless, the Internet Archive's Movie Archive offers various films and videos in MPEG format, including such cultural icons as Night of the Living Dead and Reefer Madness, plus westerns, animation, and much more.
www.pcworld.com /reviews/article/0,aid,117822,00.asp   (766 words)

  
 The Internet Classics Archive: 441 searchable works of classical literature
Bringing the wisdom of the classics to the Internet since 1994.
Mirrors - The Internet Classics Archive is looking for mirror hosts in Europe, Africa, and Australia.
CD-ROM of the titles in the archive is in the works.
classics.mit.edu   (335 words)

  
 On Lisa Rein's Radar: Internet Archive Archives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Brewster Kahle, founder of the nonprofit Internet Archive in San Francisco, is driving cross-country next week with his eight-year-old son in a Ford Aerostar van with a satellite dish mounted on top and high-speed printers and book-binding equipment inside.
The Internet Archive volunteers have put about 9,000 public domain books on its site, and now they're driving around the United States in a high-tech bookmobile where people can link to the archive via satellite, download the book of their choice, print it out, and take it home to read.
Brewster Kahle, who has created a large Internet archive he calls the Wayback Machine, which contains several times the amount of information in the Library of Congress, said that the number of questionable sites is beside the point so long as search engines do their job.
www.onlisareinsradar.com /archives/internet_archive   (8805 words)

  
 Letter from San Francisco: The Internet Bookmobile   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Internet Archive is housed in an old house in the Presidio, a former Army base in San Francisco.
The bookmobile prints about twenty pages a minute (two on one side of a sheet of paper) and the complete work is assembled by hand, and placed in a cover and bound using a device that heats the glue applied to the spine of the pages.
Staff of the Archive were printing other examples inside the office and giving them away to the guests.
www.firstmonday.dk /issues/issue7_10/cisler   (1933 words)

  
 Publishing your audio | Creative Commons
CC Publisher is a tool that does two things: it will help you tag your audio files with information about your license and it allows you to upload Creative Commons-licensed audio and video works to the Internet Archive for free hosting.
To upload your works to the Internet Archive, you'll need an account there to associate your files with.
The final step is to upload your works to the Internet Archive.
creativecommons.org /audio/publish-internetarchive   (344 words)

  
 Tvdog's Internet Archive
Under no circumstances, though, should the modem's connect speed (the DCE rate, set via the init string) be greater than the packet driver speed (the DTE rate, configured in the dialer and packet driver).
They are both in the same archive; get slippr15.zip and slippr15.txt for them.
To run an Internet application, you must first configure its TCP/IP stack, telling the application or its TSR what your IP address is, your nameserver, your gateway, your netmask, and other things.
www.oldskool.org /guides/tvdog/internet.html   (7451 words)

  
 Internet Archive Sued Over Access To Pages
Spotted via Threadwatch, Keeper of Expired Web Pages Is Sued Because Archive Was Used in Another Suit from the New York Times discusses how the Internet Archive is being sued for crawling the web and making copies of web pages.
Postscript 2: Internet Archive DMCA Circumvention Lawsuit from Seth Finkelstein looks at how the robots.txt file with Internet Archive doesn't actually remove content but rather simple suppresses display.
And our forum thread, Implications of the Internet Archive lawsuit also looks at this and the important impact this can have if a domain name changes ownership.
blog.searchenginewatch.com /blog/050713-085258   (568 words)

  
 EFF: Internet Censorship Legislation & Regulation
Association des Utilisateurs d'Internet (French Association of Internet Users) press release regarding the the French Conseil Constitutionnel (Constitutional Council) ruling Sen. Fillon's telecom reform bill Amendment No. 200 to be an impermissible violation of France's constitutution.
The amendment sought to give Internet censorship power to executive branch ministries, when only the judicial system has the constitutional authority to rule on whether speech is protected expression or not.
EFF press release regarding the important lawsuit filed Feb. 8, 1996 challenging the constitutionality of the 1996 Telecom Bill's "Communications Decency" amendment, and seeking an injunction against enforcement of this terrible new law until the case as a whole is decided.
www.eff.org /Censorship/Internet_censorship_bills   (3173 words)

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