This year more than ever before, we need you. The Wayback Machine is a crucial resource for journalists, developers, digital historians, and curious citizens everywhere, but 2020 has brought unique challenges and unprecedented demand. In the midst of political turmoil, a global pandemic, and natural disasters, we’re preserving the memory of the web—all without charging for access, selling user data, or running ads. Instead, we depend on the generosity of our users.
Right now, the Internet Archive (which runs this project) has a 2-to-1 Matching Gift Campaign, tripling the impact of every donation. If you find our resources useful, please chip in.
—Brewster Kahle, Founder, Internet Archive