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Saturday, January 01, 2005
( Via Siliconbeat) Michael Bazeley speaks to Internet Archive co-founder Brewster Kahle, shares details about the San Francisco organization's growing collection of video files. The Archive collects video files from the public. Virtually anyone can submit a video to the library, and the chances are pretty good they'll archive it. "Our offer is for anyone with material that broadly belongs in a library and they're willing to share,'' Kahle said. In essence, the IA has become a free video hosting service of sorts, no small matter considering the bandwidth and storage costs associated with video.
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