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Brewster Kahle knows better than most how important the Web is. He is the founder of the Internet Archive, an institution whose mission is preserving all digital information that has been published on the Internet. They have several backups of almost every public web page ever published, and are now investigating technology that will help them further distribute these backups and remove central points of failure in web publishing. I'm excited to see Brewster's enthusiasm for new technology like IPFS, and hope to see more client-side tools (like the ZeroNet project - zeronet.io) to access and publish to the distributed web.

Locking the Web Open: A Call for a Distributed Web | Brewster Kahle's Blog
http://brewster.kahle.org/2015/08/11/locking-the-web-open-a-call-for-a-distributed-web-2/
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