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Anonymous 07/08/21(Thu)03:34:32 No. GT4KLZ21 [Report]

Let's appreciate the Internet Archive. They're willing to host pretty much anything for free and generally only remove items if they receive a DMCA notice. • CD-ROM collection. Lots of old shareware / shovelware: https://archive.org/details/cd-roms • Software Library. A lot of these can be played right in the browser: https://archive.org/details/softwarelibrary • DOS games specifically: https://archive.org/details/softwarelibrary_msdos_games • Console games. Again, almost all of these run in the browser: https://archive.org/details/consolelivingroom • The Prelinger Archives. Old ephemeral, educational, industrial films: https://archive.org/details/prelinger?tab=collection • Transfers of random old VHS tapes: https://archive.org/details/vhsvault • The Computer Chronicles. A tech show that ran through the 80s and 90s: https://archive.org/details/computerchronicles?tab=collection • Attention K-Mart Shoppers: A collection of K-Mart instore music/announcement tapes from the late 80s-early 90s supplemented by older muzak records and training films: https://archive.org/details/attentionkmartshoppers • Netlabel collection: https://archive.org/details/netlabels • Live Music Archive. Mostly jambands, but there's regular rock like Mission of Burma and Smashing Pumpkins and also even Autechre: https://archive.org/details/etree • Over 300,000 78 and cylinder recordings: https://archive.org/details/78rpm • Magazine scans: https://archive.org/details/magazine_rack Top-Level Divisions: • Books and Texts: https://archive.org/details/texts • Video: https://archive.org/details/movies • Audio: https://archive.org/details/audio • Software: https://archive.org/details/software Dive in and bring something back

Anonymous 07/08/21(Thu)03:41:07 No. KNWH0LUB [Report]

>>GT4KLZ21 (OP) Protips: • Search for game system + roms will bring up complete rom collections. These tend to be removed, but people keep uploading them. Example: https://archive.org/search.php?query=snes+roms • On item pages on the bottom of the "DOWNLOAD OPTIONS" box, there's a link called "SHOW ALL" which will show directory listing all of the files. For compressed archives and even ISOs, it'll have a link called "(View Contents)" which will give a directory listing for those and allow you to download individual files without having to download the entire collection. This is useful for grabbing singles games from on of the above rom collections. Example: https://archive.org/download/dm12_20190927 https://ia803105.us.archive.org/view_archive.php?archive=/7/items/dm12_20190927/DM12.ISO

Anonymous 07/08/21(Thu)14:57:07 No. H8IYG9GA [Report] >>9F51ZG8L >>fb-OWJDRSRD >>QMFCOQ9L

decentralised internet archive when?

Anonymous 07/08/21(Thu)17:11:27 No. 9F51ZG8L [Report]

>>H8IYG9GA unironically this is a really good idea. I would make an instance for this

Anonymous 07/08/21(Thu)20:30:51 No. fb-CZ7AVZ5X [Report]

>>GT4KLZ21 (OP) donated to them this year and I don't donate easy

Anonymous 07/09/21(Fri)10:43:53 No. fb-7YD23MRI [Report]

>>GT4KLZ21 (OP) https://archive.org/details/SR079-CockmastaFlex-Bros4BHoes/12+Gayngsta+Faggot+Bruthafuckaz.mp3

Anonymous 07/09/21(Fri)15:47:02 No. SIKRDRYR [Report]

>Worldwide Communist Gangster Computer God >Frankenstein Radio Controls https://archive.org/details/CYC-009

Anonymous 07/10/21(Sat)19:11:12 No. fb-OWJDRSRD [Report]

>>H8IYG9GA this would not only be great for archival but it would make it so that the people who are paranoid about "the evil kiwifarms" "stealing their posts" via archival have a psychological breakdown.

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Anonymous 07/10/21(Sat)23:27:10 No. QMFCOQ9L [Report] >>OSA0R36F

>>H8IYG9GA >>fb-0TX7L0F3 → >bunch of anons start an archive network >mostly of stuff that was taken off the internet archive >other people find it cool and join in >becomes notorious vector for piracy and other illegal content >alphabet soup joins in >begins to go after people hosting these services >new instances start to pop up on tor, lokinet, i2p, freenet, etc >nobody is capable of completely beheading this hydra >literally an unsolvable problem unless they take down the entire internet >they won't, normalcattle would revolt immediately >there is now a large, decentralized archival system that records everything ever circulated online >noone, no matter how powerful, can do anything about it >normalniggers complain their poorly kept data is now public record >sluts complain thier nudes are out there for everybody to see >corporations complain their copyrighted materials are easily accessible by everybody >all they can do is bitch and whine i want to live in this world

Anonymous 07/10/21(Sat)23:44:30 No. OSA0R36F [Report] >>W72N2455

>>QMFCOQ9L God wtf I want to live in this world too

Anonymous 07/10/21(Sat)23:45:03 No. W72N2455 [Report]

>>OSA0R36F This could be a project for /prog/

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Decentralised archive Anonymous 07/11/21(Sun)01:00:15 No. fprog-6UJBBUTN [Report] >>fprog-WA8WMPAW >>M7ZIF93E >>fprog-UL8KLOGT >>fprog-AHC2DSZX >>fprog-U2HPRK1B >>fprog-Y8T7YMQE >>fprog-JAWJASV9 >>fprog-FH6J1WVJ >>fprog-2TDLXX81 >>fprog-4A7E9ZUN >>fprog-PJ12BF01 >>fprog-UGYN0UMZ >>fprog-1VJPK5R3 >>fprog-KQ1LO03Z >>fprog-BYF6310Y >>fprog-EB9FTQ43 >>fprog-9HWCQGIR >>fprog-0B832NFX >>fprog-KV8MOWII >>fprog-DDHWGG2J >>fprog-A7JWKF2T >>fprog-TM5M1CB2 >>fprog-UO242JNJ >>fprog-IK9AZ756 >>fprog-DNSKJQKY >>fprog-TVCQB52Q >>fprog-R9HDC7IE >>fprog-BGV0UNG3 >>fprog-2T0VQMQX >>fprog-C6PIFKWB

Alright /prog/champs, here is a project for this year: >>QMFCOQ9L We need to come up with a plan to achieve this utopia.

Anonymous 07/11/21(Sun)02:00:53 No. M7ZIF93E [Report] >>fprog-UL8KLOGT >>fprog-U2HPRK1B

>>fprog-6UJBBUTN ipfs you actual nigger

Anonymous 07/11/21(Sun)06:28:12 No. E5F6DAMN [Report]

Geocities MIDI collection https://archive.org/details/archiveteam-geocities-midi-collection-2009 Over 51,000 (417 MB) of MIDI files from Geocities. Identical files were removed, but files that differed were kept. Archive listing: https://archive.org/download/archiveteam-geocities-midi-collection-2009/2009.GeoCities.MIDI.ArchiveTeam.zip/

Anonymous 07/21/21(Wed)17:47:49 No. DKVXSIBJ [Report]

https://archive.org/details/woodstock94_bootleg Almost the entire 43 hour pay-per-view broadcast of Woodstock 94 on 22 VHS tapes. Some bits missing due to tape swaps.

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Anonymous 07/30/21(Fri)18:59:44 No. 96IOGLJG [Report] >>YSSKROIT

wrong, they censor their wayback machine. Try getting an archive of socialmatter.net or some other sites like it and they'll say it's been excluded.

Anonymous 07/30/21(Fri)19:01:04 No. W7SHVLGZ [Report] >>QVXBC6X8

>>fprog-U2HPRK1B actually this

Anonymous 07/30/21(Fri)19:18:20 No. QVXBC6X8 [Report]

>>W7SHVLGZ who are you quoting? schizo

Anonymous 12/06/21(Mon)18:48:32 No. V2J1GA5O [Report]

FUCK YOUR VIDEO GAMES. Video games are mind killers, for people born unintelligent. INTERNET ARCHIVE bans a ton of news websites from archiving. They are not neutral, and they should host adult and child pronography

Anonymous 01/17/22(Mon)22:13:33 No. YSSKROIT [Report]

>>96IOGLJG i found a huge archive of that stuff here: https://socialmatterarchive.wordpress.com/2020/06/17/example-post-3/

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