Thursday, March 21, 2002

Feb/Mar 2002 Bulletin: ASIST 2001 Keynote: Brewster Kahle "Kahle's Alexa (a name he took to honor the great library at Alexandria) Web collection now comprises more than 100 terabytes. There are 16 million sites, and more than 10 billion pages have been added over the past five years. Alexa has more text than the Library of Congress and the digital storage costs only $300,000." (via Tomalak)

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