Some RootsTech Inspiration

Brewster Kahle, founder of the Internet Archive, is a keynote speaker at the upcoming RootsTech 2011 conference.   I’m planning a couple of posts within the next 14 days or so around the Internet Archive, so this seemed especially appropriate to post about him.  As he, I too am a librarian, and I am absolutely in love with the Internet Archive.   I only wish I would have a chance to see him speak at RootsTech, but here is a speech he made for a TED talk back in 2008 explaining the establishment and processes behind the Internet Archive.  A must-watch for all those attending RootsTech.

Comments (2)

  1. Robin (@SavingStories)

    Thanks so much for sharing. I agree with the philosophy, “Free to the People.”

  2. taneya (Post author)

    Thanks Robin. Do you use the Internet Archive often? I use it all the time!

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