The USA-based library of digital artefacts has captured and archived an enormous amount of data: 10 Petabytes of text, audio and video contents freely and publicly available to users and researchers.
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The Internet Archive just got into the torrent seeding business - they're now offering almost a petabyte of their collection on BitTorrent, including everything from concerts to books.
Harvard's Digital Public Library of America, which hopes to revolutionize our concept of what a public library is, just earned a $1 million grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.