Online Library / Internet Archive
The Internet Archive is building a digital library of Internet sites
and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, we
provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, and the
The Internet Archive, working with Alexa Internet, has created the
Wayback Machine. The Wayback Machine makes it possible to surf more
than 10 billion pages stored in the Internet Archive's web archive.
The Wayback Machine was unveiled on October 24th, 2001 at U.C.
Berkeley's Bancroft Library. Visit the Wayback Machine by entering an
URL or clicking on specific collections.
The Internet Archive is collaborating with various collectors,
community members, and film-makers to provide easy access to a rich
and fascinating core collection of archival films.
The Internet Archive is collaborating with numerous libraries to
digitize as many texts and books as possible.
The Internet Bookmobile has gone from SF --> DC to celebrate the
public domain! Check in and see the voyage and meetings with students,
other bookmobiles, and librarians.
The Internet Archive is collaborating with etree to provide the
highest quality live concerts in a lossless, downloadable format.
Macromedia and the Internet Archive are working together to provide
an online catalog of the names, titles, publishers, and release dates
of more than 10,000 CD-ROM titles developed with Macromedia products.