The Most Upsetting Noises From the BBC's Sound Effects Archive
We help you navigate the newly available trove, from "Rats scampering & scraping" to "Woman, two screams as at apparition."
Alex Robert Ross
The Mission to Archive Nintendo's Dying Social Media Platform
All those 'Splatoon' memes may soon have a new home.
2,000,000+ Photos Archive 50 Years of Aussie Life—in Arkansas
This LA art dealer just bought 2 million vintage photographs from the Sydney Morning Herald archive; now he’s sorting it.
Shana Nys Dambrot
Essential Alan Lomax, According to the Guy Who Knows His Work Best
Nathan Salsburg's job is archiving one of the world's most famed archivists.
Jason Scott Is Archiving CD-ROMs and Floppy Discs From Closets Around the World
Game patches, spreadsheet software, FTP sites, software update files—the digital preservationist is saving rare bits of computer history that would otherwise be lost forever.
You Can Find Every ‘Joy of Painting’ Painting in This Searchable Bob Ross Database
We spoke to computer programmer Felix Auer about his archive of every painting made in ‘The Joy of Painting.’
Software Preservation Is a Job for the Government, UNESCO Says
Code is heritage.
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Programmers Are Racing to Save Apple II Software Before It Goes Extinct
We're living in a golden age of Apple II preservation.
There's an Online Galaxy Full of Star Wars Art
Curator DB Burkeman archived of Star Wars art for the internet.
Here’s 520 Hours of Trump Interviews So You Can Fact-Check the President
A blusterous archive.
Experience Enron's Everyday Evil with a 500,000+ Email Experiment
One of the most notorious corporate scandals in American history comes to your inbox in Tega Brain and Sam Lavigne's project, 'The Good Life.'
This GeoCities Advent Calendar Is a Christmas Miracle
Stop pretending your childhood was spent in snow covered log cabins with that Thomas Kinkade crap.