Yahoo!’s 14-year Time Capsule project is coming to a close next month. Back in 2006, the popular internet search company left the capsule open to user submissions and received 170,857 entries.
“The submissions included audio, video, text, and images, as well as comments on the above. ‘It is thought’… that it’s one of the largest compilations of digital media in the world.”
Did you participate in the Time Capsule project? What would you put in a digital time capsule today?
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