Congratulations to The Internet Archive
The Internet Archive was founded to build an Internet library providing permanent access to historical digital collections. The site features a library of Web sites, movies and other Internet resources. The archive's Wayback Machine allows users to experience a Web site's evolution from 1996 to present. Just type in the URL and go back in Web time to view more than 11 billion archived pages. For example, view the Nov. 12, 1996 edition of The New York Times. The archive's Internet collection also includes Usenet and FTP sites. Watch nearly 1,000 films in the movie collection, featuring public domain movies dating pre-1964 such as a 1954 educational film "A is for Atom." The Internet Archive envisions many future projects to enhance public access to digital information, such as the International Children's Digital Library, a project to archive "the best books from all cultures."