Weekly web archiving roundup for November 22, 2015:
- How much of the Internet does the Wayback Machine really archive? Surprisingly little is known about what exactly is in the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine.
- You get what you get and you don’t get upset: David Rosenthal’s take on the IIPC mail alias discussion of the Forbes article about the Wayback Machine.
- The Provenance of Web Archives: The UK Web Archive considers how we should document our crawls.
- The Irony of Writing Online About Digital Preservation: Last month, The Atlantic published a lengthy article about information that is lost on the web. That story itself is in jeopardy.
- Workshop on Missing Warc Features: Considering a session on crawl artifacts that don’t yet fit in WARCs for #iipcGA16, and looking for co-presenters.