"Looking for the world, when you've opened up your eyes, you'll see you've got invisible chains, they're only lies, not what it seems, I hear your silent screams"
- Ronnie James Dio, Black Sabbath, Time Machine
The Internet Archive is massive, so massive that it can become quite overwhelming at times to the point where you don't know where to look. This page is here to help you find some of the better archives (rather than the rest of the crap).
Amazing transcript of a real court case of Mr Allen, a murder defendant, who kept on shouting obscenities at the judge, and then threatened to kill members of the judge's family. Very much of a long read, but worth it.
Outdated, but still interesting, video demonstrating 19-year-old "Jackie" Carvan's horse leaping off a large platform into a body of water.
Photos of Hitler taken by Nazi photographer, Heinrich Hoffmann, so Hitler could practice for an upcoming recorded speech.
Doom II mod made by the U.S. Army as a way to train marines. Outdated, but still worth a play, if not for the interest.
Rather fitting that MTV was one of the first music TV stations, and that it should also be the first website archived on the Wayback Machine.
Joseph W. Westphal is given a tour of Fort Belvoir, showing him such items as a statue of Gen. Winfield Scott, paintings by Abbott Laboratories artist-correspondent Joseph Hirsch, and artwork by Adolf Hitler.
Fun little Pac-Man clone where you collect bombs, hourglasses, and special red dot to use against the monsters.
Nine Inch Nails' album that is almost two hours of music.
Collection of malware programs, usually viruses, that were distributed in the 1980s, and 1990s on home computers.
Bizarre, and quite bad album of covers of famous songs like Downtown, Hard Day's Night, and These Boots Are Made for Walkin'.
Albums, and demos by musicians hanging around the north east of England.
Join Mikko Hypponen presents a panel, where they talk about computer viruses.
Commissioned in 1956 by the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation for the 12th Festival of Chamber Music in Washington, D.C.
JenniCam was the first web-based "lifecaster". Jennifer Kaye Ringley would set up a number of cameras in her house that would take photos of her, and would be then sent to the Web where anyone could view them.
Example of how it looked like at the time (guest version): https://web.archive.org/web/19991013041704/http://jennicam.org:80/guests/liveupdating.html, https://web.archive.org/web/20000229164406/http://jennicam.org:80/guests/liveupdating.html
Around 1998, Howard A. Landman would write a number of poems dedicated to Jennifer Ringley, his site is still up as of writing, but was last updated on the 3rd of September 2003: http://www.polyamory.org/~howard/Jenni/
Credit to joppiesaus who first found the sites.
A pop music radio show for people who already know plenty about pop music.
TAS 1,000's debut (and only) album. As reported by The Science Elf, track number two was used by the online game Penguin Chat 3, which is now titled Club Penguin.
One of the many Lemon Demon albums that still hold up even today.
Back in 1999, a person called THC made an archive of websites that were hacked. Some funny stuff, check out the hacked version of Geocities; "sorry dudes, the era of free e-mail accounts is over...", how wrong could you be?