Internet Archaeology was one of a small number of electronic journals which constituted the Electronic Libraries project. One of the initial goals of the journal was to explore the publication possibilities of the new medium. A further goal was to increase awareness and acceptance of electronic publication within the academic community. How times have changed!
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