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404, and Broken links on the internet

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Article theatlantic.com

49% of the Links Cited in Supreme Court Decisions Are Broken - The Atlantic - The Atlantic (2013)


The flip side of an Internet that is always growing is an Internet that is always changing. 

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Article blog.archive.org

More than 9 million broken links on Wikipedia are now rescued | Internet Archive Blogs


As part of the Internet Archive’s aim to build a better Web, we have been working to make the Web more reliable — and are pleased to announce that 9 million formerly broken link...

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Article arstechnica.com

The Internet’s keepers? “Some call us hoarders—I like to say we’re archivists” | Ars Technica - Ars Technica


Wayback Machine Director Mark Graham outlines the scale of everyone's favorite archive. "The company currently stands as the second-largest scanner of books in the world, nex...

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Website archive.org

Wayback Machine from Internet Archive


Explore more than 339 billion web pages saved over time

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Article bbc.com

Why there’s so little left of the early internet - BBC - Future


It took nearly five years into the internet’s life before anyone made a concerted effort to archive it. Much of our earliest online activity has disappeared.

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Article hawaiigentech.com

Why I Link to WayBackMachine Instead of Original Site (2020)


When linking to a page for the purpose of reference, it seems better to me to link to the archive of a given page, rather than to the original site itself. This ensures that ...

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Article vice.com

2.1 Million of the Oldest Internet Posts Are Now Online for Anyone to Read - Vice


Jozef Jarosciak just put millions of early Usenet posts on a browsable archive for the first time.

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