1000000000000000 bytes

Who doesn’t love Internet Archive? I am a big user of the Wayback Machine, where they are capturing and archiving websites back to 1996. Take some time to explore thier site and you will certainly find something in the audio, video, or text archive (they recently hit 10 petabytes). For example, I have been listening to a radio mystery series called Mr. and Mrs. North that aired on CBS from 1942 to 1954. What I didn’t realize about Internet Archive is that they are collecting print books with the goal of archiving one copy of every book ever printed – watch this video – it will blow your mind.

Internet Archive from Deepspeed media on Vimeo.

Top 15 websites in science

According to the Internet watcher, eBizMBA.com, the 15 science websites that receive the most monthly visits are:

1 – howstuffworks

2 – NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S.)

3 – Discovery

4 – NASA

5 – ScienceDirect

6 – ScienceDaily

7 – Nature

8 – Treehugger

9 – PopSci

10 – ScienceBlogs

11 – PhysOrg

12 – NewScientist

13 – LiveScience

14 – Space

15 – RedOrbit

Have you visited any of these sites?  What is your favourite science website?