The HTTP Archive – a fledgling effort to record the performance of sites across the interwebs – has merged with the Internet Archive, whose Wayback Machine has long kept a similar record of internet content. Google's Steve Souders – who founded the HTTP Archive and will continue to run it – announced the merger this morning at …
How can you have a whole article on the Internet Archive
and not mention Brewster Kahle, its creator?
Obviously you didn't RTFA
Because it's a "whole article" on the HTTP Archive, not the Internet Archive.
Why can't I have 2 icons. Bah!
Fail your Fail..
I Love The...
...Internet Archive. It once yielded the lost recipe for Mrs. Zeke's Italian Cream Cake.
As to the HTTP Archive, I would be afraid to look too hard at my own website performance stats, certainly pages are larger than they need to be.
It's nice to know that there are great new tools for looking at the Global Internet, and that the original code was not hoarded by AOL. There is much to be learned about Georouting and IPv6 as they are rolled into the mix of protocols, links, and switches that becomes the new Internet every day.
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