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Monday, October 25, 2004  

Virtual Museum

Discovered Way Back Machine of Internet Archives recently.
Virtual Museum! Think, that's brilliant.

"The Internet Archive Wayback Machine contains over 100 terabytes of data and is currently growing at a rate of 12 terabytes per month. The archive contains multiple copies of the entire publicly available web. This eclipses the amount of data contained in the world's largest libraries, including the Library of Congress." >>

Alexa of Amazon is the brain behind the project that started in 1996.

To check a popular interface' transition, trained the rear-view mirror at Yahoo (from Oct17, 1996).

Subtle changes happen at such regularity that within few yrs it seems so good to look back!

A brief documentation on Google's journey.
If 5-Megapixel camera-phones aren't enough of a shocker, check HDTV-on-phones that could hit us soon!! [via Engadget]
"Pre-Longhorn Release 2" - Ars Technica

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