The Internet Archive & The Wayback Machine

For well over a decade I’ve been intensively using the Internet for research. Over time some of those sources have, for one reason and another, disappeared. When that happens, the most valuable tool available has been  the 20+ years of web history accessible through the Wayback Machine provided by The Internet Archive digital library. The Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more. For 21 years, the Internet Archive has been dedicated to a single mission: to give everyone access to all knowledge, forever. For free.

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The Internet Archive has something for everyone

Today, visitors from across the globe retrieve countless digitized books, films, TV clips, websites, software, music and audio files, photos, games, maps, court/legal documents and more via the no-charge Internet Archive.

These days it may be passé to refer to the Internet as The Information Superhighway, but in that context The Internet Archive is truly a Super Library that has something for everyone.

Anyone encountering dead or broken links in the appendix of Psyclone can paste the link into The Wayback Machine and be confident of being able to access the content.

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