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Archive-It gang: guest bloggers for June, 2009

Molly Bragg and Lori Donovan work at the Internet Archive‘s Archive-It web archiving service. Archive-it is used by over 100 libraries and organizations around the globe to harvest, preserve and access born digital content. The service began in 2005 as a way for memory institutions who lacked technical infrastructure to archive born digital information. Partners include U.S. State Archives, State Libraries, University Libraries, National libraries, federal institutions, museums, public libraries, non-profit organizations and individual researchers. The Archive-It website provides access to over 850 collections, over 900 million URLs and 81 tb of data all full text searchable and available to the public. For more information contact the Archive-It team at archive-it at archive.org.

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