Weekly web archiving roundup for the week of November 26, 2014:
- “All the News That’s Fit to Archive“, from Michael Neubert. Guest post from Michael Neubert, a Supervisory Digital Projects Specialist at the Library of Congress.
- “Building a Complete Tweet Index“, by Yi Zhuang. Twitter now indexes every public tweet since 2006.
- “Twitter makes all tweets searchable. Here’s how to delete your embarrassing ones“, by Bryan Cronan. Since it started in 2006, Twitter has been a place where people cover world events in real time. Millions of users have tweeted hundreds of billions of tweets, but searching through them has been difficult. Twitter has unveiled its new search engine, which indexes every public tweet ever sent.
- “The Nostalgia Nerds Who Rescue Old Games From Oblivion“, by Kate Knibbs. There’s a good chance somebody out there is working to make sure that version of Pizza Tycoon you were obsessed with in 1994 still exists. And they’re probably breaking the law to do it.