The Modern Library of Alexandria has been digitally archiving for 20 years, according to their website. They have a total of 45+ petabytes of data, and they have taken a backup of each data, bringing the total data size to 90+ petabytes (90 x 10^6 GB).
The Internet Archive is a non-profit organization that can be found at https://archive.org/index.php.
The sea can be a great asset to people when it comes to comparing and confirming details in proofreading processes. When combined with Google Books and rare books, it can save people from wasting time.
The access restriction has been lifted. Let's hope for the best.
A website created and managed by people who are the epitome of kindness, it hosts and provides access to "royalty-free" books whose legal copyright has expired or that do not require copyright. In addition to reading the books online, users can also download them in various formats, particularly PDF. The website is also digitized by Google, and the number of MS-DOS based games that can be played through the browser has increased to 4344. Please be generous and donate here - that is what I am suggesting.
I am unable to comprehend why someone would block a website that provides access to an archive of almost all works in Ottoman Turkish, which is not available in Turkey.
An archive site that has started to host 2,604 ms-dos games that can also be played over the browser.
Access has been denied. It is clear that those who are preventing access to this site have no understanding of what they are preventing. This is an archive, so it cannot be deleted according to the head's orders.