Weekly web archiving roundup for the week of July 9, 2014:
- “How much of the UK’s HTML is valid?“, by Jason Webber. A lot of the HTML in websites held by the UK Web Archive might not be valid according to W3C specifications. However it might not make much of a difference.
- “Web Archiving and Preserving the Performing Arts in the Digital Age“, by Gavin Frome. The Library of Congress is working to preserve websites related to American performing art.
- “In Philadelphia, the Internet Archive is assembling a new way to monitor campaigns on TV“, by Caroline O’Donovan. The Internet Archive is launching a project to record all television news and political ads which air on broadcast stations in Philadelphia before the upcoming Congressional elections.