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  • 1. The Internet Archive
  • 2. Services to two groups Content for “Library of All Human Knowledge” Universal access to all human knowledge (eventually) A safe, free space in which to archive content
  • 3. Partners Libraries Museums Archives Individual Creators
  • 4. Value for Stakeholders Value is ideological and philosophical - Value is practical - “save the born-digital material” Access to storage space “prevent digital dark-age” Access to content “change the content of the Internet from Guarantee that it will endure ephemera to enduring artifacts of our political and Guarantee that it will always be free cultural lives”
  • 5. Community Relationship Strategy Target certain digital archives - Amazon, Google, BBC Collaborate with analogue collections - LoC, Smithsonian, Prelinger Open door for everyone else to upload and reuse “The Archive has no vested interest in the discoveries of the users of its collections” Stay “free”
  • 6. Revenue Streams Brewster Kahle’s own cash Government Grants Private Foundations Donations in Kind