4:18AM Monday 18 March
The Internet has a pretty long memory but if content gets taken down, they will eventually disappear for good. Fortunately, the Internet Archive exists to serve as both a museum and a library for the Internet’s past, including the embarrassing ones. Read More »
38 Days Ago Your public Google+ posts will be saved for posterity with the Internet Archive. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
39 Days Ago Archivists are racing to preserve Google+ before it shuts down next month. In a post on Reddit, the Archive Team announced its mission to preserve and backup Google+ content to the Internet Archive.
39 Days Ago Just because Google+ is shutting down on April 2nd doesn't mean your years of social posts will be lost in the void. The ArchiveTeam recently started caching public Google+ content to make it available on the Internet Archive after the fateful day....
38 Days Ago Google+ gets the axe on April 2, but some of your old posts may be sticking around—whether you want them to or not. In an effort to preserve internet content, the Internet Archives and ArchiveTeam create digital backups of websites and other internet content that would otherwise be lost to time, and their next project… Read more...
39 Days Ago Google is set to begin deleting data from its beleaguered social network, Google+ in April, but before that happens, the Internet Archive and the ArchiveTeam say that they are working to preserve public posts on the platform before they vanish forever.
39 Days Ago Google's failed social network — Google+ — will soon be wiped from the internet, but there's a team of volunteers working right now to save its public content for the Internet Archive.
38 Days Ago Google+ is not long for this world, but it will live on with the help of the Internet Archive. A project is already underway to save all public Google+ pages to the archive, ensuring that the content won't vanish on April 2nd when Google pulls the plug.
39 Days Ago It is now just a couple of weeks until Google+ closes down forever. While few will mourn its passing, there is still a lot of content on Google's social site that is worth preserving.