In this article, I go over some of the best websites to find public domain ebooks and audiobooks. Public domain books are those that are free to download legally as the copyright has expired.
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Google and Wikimedia have entered into a formal agreement to pay for content the search giant sources from Wikipedia. Additionally, Internet Archive which operates Wayback Machine will benefit.
Internet Archive is preserving thousands of endangered Flash games and animations using Ruffle, an in-development emulator. The digital library is now emulating Flash items in its software collection.
Brave web browser now has native support for Internet Archive's Wayback Machine. If you land on a dead page, you'll get an option to load a saved version of the page sourced from the Internet Archive.
The EFF and several other entities have penned a letter to ISOC to cancel to the sale of PIR, which controls .ORG domains, to Ethos Capital. They believe it would negatively affect NGOs.
Internet Archive has announced that books on its lending platform can now be directly cited in Wikipedia articles. This gives users direct access to more primary sources, helping scholars.
A popular service named the Wayback Machine, which allows people to revisit thousands of old websites, has been blocked to many users in India. The block appears to have come from a government order.
Internet Archive has uploaded a new software collection. This time, it has uploaded several classic Mac OS emulators and a ton more apps for the decades old operating system that run in a browser.
The Internet Archive, which has saved countless websites, digital publications, games, and software in its databases, is looking to create a full backup of its archive somewhere in Canada.
The Internet Archive, the people behind the Wayback Machine, have uploaded and curated over 10,000 games, applications and demos designed for the Amiga. You can try them out in your browser.
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.
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.