Posts Tagged ‘Internet Archive’

Preserve Web Pages with the Wayback Machine

Monday, January 16th, 2017

In addition to serving as a useful reference for reviewing long lost web sites, the Wayback Machine can also be used to archive web pages, on demand.

The Wayback Machine, part of the Internet Archive, is a massive web page archive that holds more than 279 billion copies currently. This makes it an excellent option to look up pages that are no longer available at all, or have changed. You can head over to the Wayback Machine website directly to look up copies of web pages manually, or use browser extensions like Wayback Machine, No More 404s or Resurrect Pages instead.


The Internet Archive Adds Over 1 Million Torrents to the Site

Wednesday, August 8th, 2012

If you’ve never checked out the Internet Archive before, do yourself a favor and give it a quick look. The Archive is a great place to find completely free, legal and legitimate music, movies and books …

The Internet Archive over at is a non-profit that is building a digital library of Internet sites, accessible via the Wayback Machine, and other forms of culture in digital form. It is one of the largest repositories for books, music, images and movies which are all freely available for download at the site.