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Designing for forever

Can an website last 1,000 years? Garry Tan thinks so. He co-created Posthaven, a blogging platform that promises to last forever....

Can an website last 1,000 years? Garry Tan thinks so. He co-created Posthaven, a blogging platform that promises to last forever.

<!--START Garry Tan on Posthaven AUDIO HERE --> <div class="clear"></div> <!--END Garry Tan on Posthaven AUDIO --> <ul> <li>Spark's <a href="http://www.cbc.ca/spark/episodes/2013/04/12/213-data-longevity-integrative-thinking-virtual-staging/">coverage of the Posterous shutdown in April 2013</a></li> </ul> <h2>The Internet Archive's Brewster Kahle</h2> <p>The founder of the Internet Archive explains the challenges of designing a website to last "forever."</p> <!--START Brewster Kahle on designing for forever AUDIO HERE --> <div class="clear"></div> <!--END Brewster Kahle on designing for forever AUDIO --> <ul> <li><a href="http://brewster.kahle.org/">Brewster Kahle's Blog</a></li> <li><a href="https://archive.org/">Internet Archive</a></li> <li>Nora's interview with Brewster Kahle about putting <a href="http://www.cbc.ca/spark/blog/2014/03/23/servers-on-display/">servers on display</a></li> </ul>

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