Universal Access to All Knowledge

he Internet Archive, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, 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, the print disabled, and the general public. Our mission is to provide Universal Access to All Knowledge.

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Internet Archive 2018 Projects

  • salman-bhai
    Building the World’s Open Library, Together
    Currently Open Library has over 1.75M Members who borrow millions of books every year. This Project looks to develop Open Library further by...
  • Anish Kumar Sarangi
    Continue development of the Chrome extension “Wayback Machine”
    The Wayback Machine chrome extension helps to make the web more reliable by detecting dead web pages and offering to replay archived versions of...
  • Zhengyue Cheng
    Create a “Map” of the Web
    Since it contains more than 600 billion archives today, these huge amounts of webpages need to be analyzed. Produce the reports about hosts and...
  • Fotios Tsalampounis
    Idea 5 - Integrate the “Scanner” software into the Wayback Machine
    This proposal will present the project goal of idea 5, which is to integrate the web-monitoring software into the Wayback Machine and help to further...
  • Dave Barry
    Proposal for Internet Archive
    I would like to help expand the current Google Home Actions for the Internet Archive. I believe that the introduction of voice prompts would make...