In 1996, a young computer scientist named Brewster Kahle dreamed of building a Library of Everything on the Internet. He called it the Internet Archive.
This year on Oct 21, the Internet Archive turned 25. So, Scott Granneman of SLUUG will take us down memory lane. Scott has pulled various gems from the Archive for classes he has taught at Washington University and Webster University. Scott will give us a flavor of what goodies are available.
The Saint Louis MO, STL Linux Users Group (STLLUG) meets monthly to learn and talk about Linux. This GNU/Linux Users Group usually holds its meetings on the third Thursday of every month. Some months on fourth Thursday. Meetings are free, public and open to all.
We start gathering by 6:00PM and at 6:30PM we start with introductions, announcements, current events of interest, and a general CALL FOR HELP segment. Then we will go into the presentation of our main topic, sometime around or after 6:45PM.
STLLUG is loosely affiliated with the St. Louis Unix Users Group (SLUUG), as one of its Special Interest Groups (SIG). Under SLUUG care web page support is provided. Individual membership dues, fees or other charges are NOT required. These meetings are free, public and open to all.