Nathan Salsburg's job is archiving one of the world's most famed archivists.
Spurred by recent reports the German streaming music and audio company may be running out of cash, The Archive Team is racing to preserve sound files—at high cost.
Editors of DMOZ, a human-curated web directory say the "community is understandably devastated."
Trump’s team has a reputation for deleting once-public information.
The Lazarus Project has a secret to reading invisible ink: capturing it with multispectral imaging.
New updates to copyright law are a win for archivists but fall short of lifting restrictions on individuals.
A potential solution to the massive problem of linkrot.
Times are changing for the art world’s archivists.
Flash has been dying for years—what happens to all the websites it takes with it?
The Smithsonian built an assembly line for historical documents that can digitize roughly 3,500 things each day.
Farting Angels and Ass-Slapping Aristocrats: A Web Archive Reveals the Weird Side of the French Revolution
Scroll through 14,000 newly released images of angel farts, guillotine humor, and historic Sad Keanus.