November 24, 2015

Audio: Internet Archive Founder Brewster Kahle Interviewed on Canada's CBC Radio

Internet archivist Brewster Kahle chatted with host Jim Brown during CBC’s “Q” program on Tuesday morning.

You can listen to the

1. interview here     
. It begins at 1:51 in the program and runs about 14 minutes.

Some of What’s Discussed:

  • The “doability” of creating the IA Physical Archive
  • Why preserving print books is important (interesting comments about microfiche/microfilm)
  • The Physical Archive facility
  • Internet Archive digitization projects on a global scale
  • Redundancy of Physical Archive project
  • Wayback Machine receiving 500,000 visits per day, 1,000 queries per second

See Also: “Q” Audio Archive (via CBC)

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