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What does do? prevents link rot.

Why does exist?

Links to digital sources can fail: the information at a URL can be modified or deleted and the intention of a reference can be lost. This isn’t necessarily a big deal for a basic blog, but it makes a difference for scholarship, legal writing, and any instance where the information cited is part of the logical framework of the content. prevents this failure — called link rot — by archiving a copy of the digital source and preserving it in perpetuity through our network of libraries and institutional partners.

Project Contributors

Past and current

Anastasia Aizman Designer and Lead Creative Technologist Samantha Bates Research Associate Catherine Brobston Product and Research Manager Annie Cain Developer Matteo Cargnelutti Senior Software Engineer Rebecca Cremona Senior Software Engineer Jack Cushman Director Claire DeMarco Research Librarian Kim Dulin Library Innovation Lab Director Harmony Eidolon Program Coordinator Brett Johnson Outreach and Support Timothy McAllister Reference Librarian, Matt Phillips Lead Developer Greg Leppert Product and Research Director Loren Newman Intern Clare Stanton Product and Research Manager Ben Steinberg DevOps Shailin Thomas Affiliate, Berkman Center for Internet & Society Dano Williams Designer Adam Ziegler Director Jonathan Zittrain Harvard Faculty and Law School Library Director