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I have used https://archive.org since 2013 and I am very satisfied with it. I cannot find any similar website. Do you know any?

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From my experience? You're using the best at this time. The others look clunky and out of date. I would stick with what you have. I like it just fine myself.



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Kninjanin, I was not even aware of Internet Archives, so I just learned something from your question! I am still not sure how this is more useful than a plain old Internet search, but I will bookmark archive.org and just poke around there a bit.

From Rooster's post, he clearly knows about archives already and uses them, and he is very skilled with computers...so I'm thinking they might be one of those basic tools I just never learned yet.

I already clicked on one archive with the intriguing name Electric Sheep, and learned that it "is a distributed computing project for animating and evolving fractal flames, which are in turn distributed to the networked computers, which display them as a screensaver." Fractals (to me) are fascinating in the same way as quantum mechanics, giving us peeks into the building blocks of creation.

So it will be fun to see what else they have here, and maybe discover more what is going on with Internet Archives, ty!

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I never heard of them before. Looks interesting.