Save This Site!
What piece of the internet would you want to save forever?

More and more of our activities and culture take place online, where content disappears quickly and links change in an instant. If something on the web matters to us or might be important to future generations, we need to take action to save it.

Use this form to nominate something on the open web that you'd like to save for the future, and make your mark on history. It could be your own webpage, a piece of social media that's publicly accessible, a website that reflects where you come from or where you aspire to go, etc. Try to nominate something specific -- for example, a specific Wikipedia page, a specific picture or video, etc.

The Georgia Tech Library's retroTECH team and the Internet Archive's Archive-It team will preserve your selection and send you a link to the archive.

Note: By submitting this form, you grant the retroTECH Team permission to use the information you provide below (except your email address) in the metadata record that will describe your saved web content. Your email address will only be used to send you the archived site and will not be shared with external parties. Saved content will be made accessible to the public on the web. Web archiving technology is constantly improving, but it may not be possible for the web crawler to fully capture every piece of the site you nominated.

Full URL of web content you want to save: *
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Title of web content you want to save: *
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Author or creator of web content you want to save (if you can't tell, write "unknown"): *
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Short description of the web content: *
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How much do you want to save?
Why does this web content matter to you and why might it be meaningful to future generations? *
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Your first and last name
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Can we include your name in the description of your archived web content? *
Which best describes you?
Your email address (not required, but we can't send you a link to your saved web content without it)
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How did you hear about Save This Site? *
If you heard about Save This Site from a professor/course, what is your professor's name? (please skip if not applicable)
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