If Information is Disappearing on the Web, Should You Archive Your Paid Content in Public Libraries?

A recent study published by MIT Technology Review has determined that history is vanishing on the Web — especially through social media. The study,
A recent study published by MIT Technology Review has determined that history is vanishing on the Web -- especially through social media. The study, conducted by a pair of researchers from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, found that nearly 30% of links on Twitter vanished withing 2 years. That means that the world loses 0.02 per cent of its culturally significant social media material every day. The researchers do not posit as to why the links…...

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