Internet Archive Founder Brewster Kahle on Preserving Knowledge and Affordable Housing

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Brewster Kahle wants all knowledge to be accessible digitally. He has worked for over 25 years to make that dream a reality. Kahle is the founder of the Internet Archive, a free online library that preserves books, movies, music, software and even websites via its Wayback Machine. Today, Kahle is also trying to apply open source principles to ease the Bay Area housing crisis. He joins us as part of our First Person series, which highlights the leaders and innovators who make the Bay Area unique.

Guests:

Brewster Kahle, digital librarian; founder of The Internet Archive

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