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From the Los Angeles Times,

Brewster Kahle is trying to build an archive that includes a copy — a print copy — of every book ever published. Kahle is perhaps both the best and oddest person to take on the task.

Kahle founded the Internet Archive, which has been taking and storing snapshots of the entire Internet since 1996. It now has a digital library that includes video and audio files, live music and the Open Library, which is building a single Web page for every book ever published.

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