Since we all love to toss around total database size numbers, I just noticed that in the past few hours the Internet Archive has posted a total size update for The Wayback Machine. The database now contains more than 40 billion archived pages. The previous total size number that the IA provided was 30 billion pages. I'm assuming that the total page count reflects updates that have been made to the database during the past couple of years. Now, if we could only get the searchable full text access that was once available back online. (-:
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