Milestones: Internet Archive Reaches 10 Petabytes of Saved Data
(UPDATE 10/14/12): Internet Archive Founder Brewster Kahle is profiled in the San Francisco Chronicle
That’s right, 10 Petabytes of Saved Material!
Wikipedia provides a look at just what a petabyte equals.
Congrats, kudos and THANK YOU to Brewster, Peter, George and everyone else at the Internet Archive. Keep up the superb and important work.
If you’re in the Bay Area the Internet Archive is having a reception (free) at IA HQ on October 25th to celebrate this milestone.
Details about the party along with more about the milestone.
Some of the IA’s Many Projects and Online Resources
+ The Wayback Machine
+ Open Library
+ TV News (New)
+ Prelinger Archives (Film)
+ Live Music Archive
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