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How to Organize Information on the Internet? - Tags, Categories, Archives and IA

a collection of articles about Tags, Archives, Information Architecture and the Internet

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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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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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Fans Are Better Than Tech at Organizing Information Online | WIRED - WIRED


Archive of Our Own, AO3 - the fanfiction database recently nominated for a Hugo, has perfected a system of tagging that the rest of the web could emulate. "There are two main...

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