October 21, 2014

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

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

You can listen to the

 
. 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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