The Internet Archive’s 25th Anniversary celebration “From Wayback to Way Forward: The Internet Archive Turns 25” featured a rock star, a future star, and insights from the “Father of the Internet.” There were forward-looking talks by science fiction author, Cory Doctorow, and an announcement that the Wayback Machine has archived 1.0 trillion web captures. But in the end, what’s the key to any great celebration?
An amazing cake.
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In other cyberculture news:
Facebook has had many bad days and months, and the company is currently facing yet another public disgrace. Everyone’s talking about the Facebook Papers, and we’re here to summarize them for you, so you don’t have to spend days of your life reading them. Let’s dive right into them. What are the Facebook Papers? The Facebook Papers are a set of documents that former Facebook employee turned whistleblower, Frances Haugen, obtained before leaving the company. She submitted these documents to the Security Exchanges Commission (SEC) earlier this year, and now they are available to a consortium of news outlets. Who’s…