Here's an O'Reilly interview
with Brewster Kahle about the Wayback Machine
. [via evhead]
I enjoyed this answer about using existing knowledge (which seems almost counter-intuitive in the tech world): "The first company I worked in was Thinking Machines. And we blew it. We built the fastest computer in the world that very few people could program. It required people to think in a new way. What a horrible thing to have to do to be able to attract customers. The idea is to be able to think the same and be able to do more." Think Different?