Here lies a nearly-complete archive of Whole Earth publications, a series of journals and magazines descended from the Whole Earth Catalog, published by Stewart Brand and the POINT Foundation between 1970 and 2002. They are made available here for scholarship, education, and research purposes.
A (hopefully) complete archive of the University of Michigan Software Archives (originally at http://websites.umich.edu/~archive/), which is no longer available as of 2023.
Included in this archive is software for the following platforms:
- Apollo graphical workstations
- Apple computers (Apple II family, including the IIGS)
- Atari computers (8-bit, ST, TT, and Falcon)
- Assorted linguistics software for various platforms
- Macintosh software (for 68K and older PPC platforms)
- MS-DOS based computers
- Physics software for various platforms
- Old software for Unix and X11
A webpage bookmarking and snapshotting service.
Omnom consists of two parts; a multi-user web application that accepts bookmarks and snapshots and a browser extension responsible for bookmark and snapshot creation.
Omnom is a rebooted implementation of @stef's original omnom project, big thanks for it.
The file archives of the Dreamland BBS, for Amiga, DOS, Linux, Windows, SunOS/Solaris, BSD, and more.
It's hard to say what all is in here, so poke around and see if anything looks good.
The Internet Archive is also aware of needing to back up this archive: https://archive.org/details/dreamlandbbs.com
Links on the web break all the time. There are really two problems:
- Link rot: Following a link yields a "404 Not Found" error message.
- Content drift: The content at the end of the link changes over time, possibly to the point where it loses all similarity with the originally linked content.
Robustifying your links addresses these problems. It increases the chances that links will lead to meaningful content, even long after they were put in place. The following three pieces of information robustify a link in a machine-actionable manner:
- The URI of the original resource.
- The URI of the snapshot.
- The date of linking.
REST API docs: https://robustlinks.mementoweb.org/api-docs/
Enter a URL. Search a bunch of online archives simultaneously for the data stored there.
Raindrop.io is the best place to keep all your favorite books, songs, articles or whatever else you come across while browsing.
We're not trying to reinvent the wheel; we're working on a tool that does everything you expect from a modern bookmark manager.
Collections of links. Folksonomy tags. Filters. Finds duplicates and broken links for you. Full text search. Automatically makes copies of every page you bookmark to prevent link rot.
Unlimited bookmarks, collections, and devices indefinitely at the free level. Additional features (probably collaboration) at paid tiers.
Public copy of the telecom-archives mailing list.
Useful resources for using IPFS and building things on top of it.
A search engine for public records archives and sub-searches around the country.
This site is dedicated to preserving the history of early computer security digests and mailing lists, specifically those prior to the mid 1990's. This includes the Unix 'Security Mailing List', through to the Zardoz 'Security Digest' to the Core 'Security List', i.e. those preceeding BugTraq. These forums are a valuable insight into the embryonic development of the field of computer security, especially as it relates to the Internet, and the development of the Doctrine of Disclosure. Goes all the way back to the RTM worm in 1988 at the very least.
An archive of phreak programs for Atari, Commodore, Tandy and more.
No, I don't know why this has an IP address. It used to be part of bombjack.org.
An online bookmark manager which also can act as a content archiver. Can save content as HTML, PDF, or PNG in addition to storing links for later reference. Automatic summarization and tagging of links. Multiple user accounts. Multiple back-end databases (SQLite default). Annotation support. Written in Python 3. Don't know if there's an API.
The Plain View Project is a database of public Facebook posts and comments made by current and former police officers from several jurisdictions across the United States.
We present these posts and comments because we believe that they could undermine public trust and confidence in our police. In our view, people who are subject to decisions made by law enforcement may fairly question whether these online statements about race, religion, ethnicity and the acceptability of violent policing—among other topics—inform officers’ on-the-job behaviors and choices.
To be clear, our concern is not whether these posts and comments are protected by the First Amendment. Rather, we believe that because fairness, equal treatment, and integrity are essential to the legitimacy of policing, these posts and comments should be part of a national dialogue about police.
put.io is a service that takes care of downloading most of the things.
Reign of Toads was a well-regarded zine from the prehistoric 1990s. Here are some links and summaries of its four mighty issues.
5049 links, including 361 private