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Remember Y2K? What about MINERVA? The @librarycongress web archiving program is now 20 years old! We’re celebrating with highlights & stories from people involved in the early years of the program. More in this new post by @agrotke from The Signal: https://t.co/MIIIjXVuRa https://t.co/68ZjUV7WNF
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