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Wayback Machine: Search Defunct Sites

Wayback Machine: Search Defunct Sites
Dear Internet Archivists: Once a year we ask you: help keep the Internet Archive free and free of ads. If everyone reading this gave $50, we could end our fundraiser right now. That’s right. For the price of a book, you can make a book available to everyone forever. We are a small non-profit with a huge mission: to give everyone access to all knowledge—the books, web pages, audio, television and software of our shared humanity. Forever. Dear Internet Archivists: Help keep the Internet Archive free and free of ads. Help keep the Internet Archive free!

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Free Book Search.net Free Book Search's document search tool is designed to return the maximum number of online documents from specific types of websites as per the users' choice. We have made this search portal very robust so that using the tools on this page, if a document exists somewhere - even hidden away - on the Internet, you will find it here. This is one of the only online tools that will actually find books and documents on non-book sites. lapse: Landsat Satellite Images of Climate Change, via Google Earth Engine TIME and Space | By Jeffrey Kluger Spacecraft and telescopes are not built by people interested in what’s going on at home. Rockets fly in one direction: up. Telescopes point in one direction: out. Of all the cosmic bodies studied in the long history of astronomy and space travel, the one that got the least attention was the one that ought to matter most to us—Earth. That changed when NASA created the Landsat program, a series of satellites that would perpetually orbit our planet, looking not out but down.

How to Write a Copyright Notice One of the most common questions I get asked is “Does the copyright notice in my footer look ok?” Though I’m quick to remind everyone that you don’t need to have a copyright symbol or any kind of notice on your work for it to be copyright protected, at least not since 1978 in the U.S., having a copyright footer on your site is probably a good idea just because of the large amount of confusion on this issue and it does put potential infringers on notice, reducing “innocent infringer” claims. Besides, you don’t want people believing that your work is available for copying freely if it isn’t. So what should you put in your copyright footer? The formula is actually very simple and there’s only a few things that you’ll likely want to include.

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