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Moving Towards a Physical Archive of the World's Books - Jared Keller -
Technology - The Atlantic The Internet Archive, a non-profit digital library
with the Wikipedian mission of "universal access to all knowledge," has
offered free storage and access to digitized music, movies, websites and
nearly three million public domain books since 1996. In May, the Archive
turned its focus offline, towards the preservation of physical reading
materials.
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