Collections preserving old material from the Internet. The archive should contain material which cannot be found on the World Wide Web through simple search engine and browser access, for example former websites which are no longer live. This does not include websites which have been 'rescued' by moving them to another WWW location.
Nonprofit organisation established to preserve Web sites by taking regular "snapshots". The Wayback Machine provides links to older versions of a webpage. There are special collections, for example on Web pioneers.
Contains information gathered from BBS's in the early days of the Internet.
Contains archives of FAQs, mailing lists, and newsgroups all related to developer/programming/IT. Free.
Ten years of web design in an archive.
Creating an archive of culturally significant UK websites.
Aims to archive and make available to the public all email newsletters and electronic mailing lists. It will rely on user contributions for its content.
Australia's Web archive, established initially by the National Library of Australia, and now built in collaboration with nine other Australian libraries and cultural collecting organisations.
Digital library of cultural artifacts in digital form. The collection includes public information films, recordings and Web harvest of political related and government websites.
A subscription service from the Internet Archive, which allows institutions to build, manage and search their own web archive. Includes the sites of universities, libraries, and special interest collections of websites.
A harvest of Federal Agency public web sites as they existed prior to January 20, 2005.