Brewster Kahle dances in his library. He smiles as he waves on the spot, an antique Victrola fills the foyer of the building, a former church, with the raspy jazz tunes of yesteryear.
He lifts the needle and the music stops, but for a moment. Soon, his staff will turn the aging record into a string of ones and zeros that will last forever in cyberspace. This is the Internet archive, which is why she and Kahle are here: to make every bit of digital or physical information that exists available online for free.