Once an imaginative multiplayer game that explored the minds of ancient giants, Glitch closed down last year. Now its publisher is letting anyone use its innovative art for almost any purpose.
A music version of iPlayer called Playlister is reported to make available the musical treasures in the BBC archive.
The British Film Institute is planning to unlock its archives, streaming 10,000 classic titles online in a new BFIplayer.
Trove at Hebrew University open to the public now includes never-before-seen documents offering fuller portrait of the genius physicist.
The Harley-Davidson Museum's Collection X features some of the company's oddities and artifacts collected during the history of motorcycle culture and construction.
Road Trip at Home: A traveling exhibit of the famed animation studio's artifacts finally comes home to the Bay Area.
New tool Perpetually lets you make a personal collection of archived Web pages that can be accessed, even when they're offline.
In a collaboration between NASA, Flickr, and the Internet Archive, dozens of historic space images are getting more public exposure.
Sometimes Redmond does the right thing. One example is its active effort to give Outlook users control over their data.
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