• Intel
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  • ZDNet

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Gordon Mohr
Chief Technologist, Internet Archive, Web Group


Gordon Mohr leads software development for the Internet Archive’s public and open source web archiving projects, including the Heritrix web crawler, Nutch-based archive text search engine, and Wayback Machine archive browser.

Before joining the Internet Archive, Gordon helped create other innovative applications for the Internet, including Bitzi Bitpedia, a collaborative digital media encyclopedia, Activerse Ding, an instant-messaging platform, and ParcPlace VisualWave, an early web application server and development environment.

Gordon has a BA from the University of California, Berkeley with a double-major in Computer Science and Economics.


Web Applications
Location: E145 Level: Intermediate
Gordon Mohr (Internet Archive, Web Group)
The Internet Archive (archive.org) contributes to three open source projects for web archives: the Heritrix crawler, the Wayback browser, and Nutch for full-text search. This presentation offers an overview of these projects' applicability for building your own web archive -- plus a live demonstration of their use. Read more.
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