Early books and periodicals about the internet were the atlases of the digital world in the mid-90s—and like atlases, they frequently pandered to the largest possible audience.
The country’s top court is publicly archiving every single hyperlink in its decisions, so they aren’t lost.
By practicing a sort of reverse search-engine optimization, we can participate in a better, nicer, more ethical internet.
A potential solution to the massive problem of linkrot.
Where's the internet's Library of Congress?