Internet Archaeology

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8 Responses to “Internet Archaeology”

  1. teapot says:

    So awesome. Some totally NSFW but I found that out the hard way :P

  2. Anonymous says:

    Find The Spam FTW!

  3. Church says:

    See also Jason Scott’s ascii.textfiles.com. I’m fond of this (well earned) rant, myself.

  4. kmoser says:

    Look like what archiveteam.org is doing, too.

  5. toolbag says:

    In the last five minutes on internetarcheology I saw more unicorns and dragons than I’ve seen in the last ten yeas.

    • Anonymous says:

      @toolbag: You’ve obviously never been to Gen Con. For those few days, I think Indianapolis is the dragon/unicorn capital of Earth.

  6. JoshP says:

    let’s spin terms for fun.
    netology, achaeonetology, socionetology, global internet history, data archival reference retrieval autonomous collectivization and interpretation specialist, ancient pornologization of mass media history 101, pre-postpost modern non-multidimensional image showcasing… sorry, the kitty was too cute.

  7. VagabondAstronomer says:

    This is pretty timely, at least for me personally. With Yahoo shuttering Geocities on the 26th, I am having to remove all of my files from my 10 year old space and astronomy site. Kind of bittersweet (1st of November would have been the 10th anniversary). Fascinating stuff they’ve dug up there.

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