cisler on Mon, 15 May 2000 17:44:33 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Re: (protocol) Re: Histories

Thanks to Ted Byfield for the explanation about the server and archive
history of nettime.  On a grander scale there is a service that may just
be around when the sentient robots of Hans Moravec's dreams (and perhaps
Ray Kurzweil's) begin looking for the recorded antics and babbling of the
humans who once ran the Internet--and were allowed to use it. is in San Francisco, and as of March 2000, they had
archived a billion web pages, about 14 terabytes. I'm sure that nettime is
in the archive. 

Steve Cisler

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