E1111: Brewster Kahle on archiving the entire Internet, creating the Wayback Machine, protocols over platforms, microschools & more

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Show notes:
0:57 Jason intros Brewster Kahle & Brewster explains why he started Archive.org & what the purpose is
8:24 Archiving social networks like Facebook & Twitter
11:23 Dell for Entrepreneurs – Save up to 43% off select products at https://launch.co/dell
13:16 Acquiring information, dealing with copyright issues & fair use
20:41 How the Grateful Dead & Phish differ in the Internet Archive’s live music section
23:40 Squarespace – Go to https://squarespace.com/twist for a free trial, and use code TWIST for 10% off
25:50 How much storage do the Internet Archive’s servers need? How are they funded?
31:05 Archiving video games & software, popularity of Oregon Trail
35:31 OurCrowd – Sign up for a free account at https://www.ourcrowd.com/twist
37:04 The iPhone as the anti-web, protocols over platforms, decentralized systems
43:10 Ad-based systems are failing
45:11 Benefits of microschools
53:42 Welcoming competition & innovation into the education sector, what types of students are better suited for microschools

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