Millions of free movies, books, music and other audio recordings, software programs, and more are available free – and legally – thanks to a nonprofit organization dedicated to disseminating as much knowledge via Internet as possible.
Fittingly, it’s called the Internet Archive – and like an actual, real-life library with doors and books and other things some might consider antiquities – you could probably get lost here for a significant amount of time.
In short, the Internet Archive was started by a guy named Brewster Kahle, 54. He has a genuine interest in using the Internet as a way to deliver useful information – the kind of stuff that goes way beyond heavy-hitting content such as “23 of The World’s Greatest Cookies” delivered by the likes of Buzzfeed. In fact, the San Francisco-based nonprofit lives by the phrase, “universal access to all knowledge” (Assuming you have Internet access and tech capable of accessing the various forms of knowledge).
Here are some of the great things you can find on the Internet Archive: (Read the full posting here)