Brewster Kahle & the Internet Archive

Libraries have always been one of my favorite places. They are a fountain of knowledge. As we move into the digital age, libraries are becoming even more valuable.

The Internet Archive has been archiving web pages, radio shows, over 80 TV channels from around the world, video games, and even books.

My guest this week is Brewster Kahle, founder and digital librarian at the Internet Archive. I spoke with Brewster about the Internet Archive’s mission, long-term storage of all this material, and how they are digitizing books.



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