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Apollo 11

NASA Just Released Two Years’ Worth of Apollo 11 Mission Audio

That's more than 19,000 hours of audio from the first moon landing mission.
Samantha Cole
8.1.18
history

Activists Release Nearly 100 Years of TIME Magazine Issues For Free

Michael Best, a freedom of information activist, pulled the files from TIME’s subscriber’s only vault.
Joseph Cox
7.16.16
New York

The New York Public Library Hopes You’ll Make Video Games

If all your software needs is a 1910 photo of Brooklyn then here is some fantastic news.
Zack Kotzer
2.14.16
You'll Sleep When You're Dead

The Curator Who Archives the Images of Dreams

In an unassuming Manhattan building, a curator archives the so-called archetypal images of dreams.
Liam Shaughnessy
1.22.16
Internet

The InterPlanetary File System Wants to Create a Permanent Web

A potential solution to the massive problem of linkrot.
J.M. Porup
9.18.15
Culture

70 Years On: Researchers Archive the Longest-Running Study of A-Bomb Survivors

In his 20s, US geneticist William Jack Schull joined a study to examine the effects of radiation on atomic bomb survivors. Now 93, he wants to share his experiences with the world.
Emiko Jozuka
8.6.15
videos

One Million Minutes of Archive Footage Reveals Scientists Ahead of Their Times

Associated Press and British Movietone put one million minutes of history on YouTube, including plenty of science moments.
Emiko Jozuka
7.23.15
Culture

An Enterprising Redditor Has Archived Almost a Decade of Comments

And it comes to over 1.5 billion contributions.
Rachel Pick
7.9.15
government

ATF, DEA Have No Idea How to Archive Sexts

But they’re working on it!
Jordan Valinsky
5.20.15
mental health

The Entire Case Records from a Victorian Asylum Are Now Online

It's a bleak journey.
Ben Richmond
10.29.14
Books

Watch an Automated Library Robotically Retrieve Your Books

Total delivery time? Five minutes.
Brian Anderson
10.2.14
Culture

Now's Your Chance to Help Transcribe the Smithsonian's Hidden Treasures

Bumblebees and Arctic adventures abound in the Smithsonian's Transcription Center collection.
Becky Ferreira
8.12.14
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