October 13, 2015

Web Archives: “Time Travel the Web” With Memento Plugin For Chrome

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In Their Own Words

Memento for Chrome allows you to seamlessly navigate between the present web and the web of the past. It turns your browser into a web time travel machine that is activated by means of a Memento sub-menu that is available on right-click.

Archived web pages via The Wayback Machine.

See Also: Research Paper: “Memento: Time Travel for the Web” (2009, via arXiv)
by Herbert Van de Sompel, Michael L. Nelson, Robert Sanderson, Lyudmila L. Balakireva, Scott Ainsworth, Harihar Shankar 

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