| 6:04 pm on Jun 20, 2014 (gmt 0)|
Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; memorybot/1.20.71 +http://archivethe.net/en/index.php/about/internet_memory1 on behalf of DNB)
Internet Memory Research
Parent range: 184.108.40.206 - 220.127.116.11
Note: The bot's versioning is wacky. In the past week, Project Honey Pot participant sites report FIVE different version numbers for the IP that hit me [projecthoneypot.org ]:
- Neighboring IPs (.208; .209) show the same versions, and more. E.g.: [projecthoneypot.org ]
- The umbrella, internetmemory.org, appears to be more European than not.
- Yet Another All-Web Archive. But apparently not connected to Amazon's archive.org -- yet.
| 1:39 pm on Jun 21, 2014 (gmt 0)|
Can you please describe this "Amazon's archive.org" that you mentioned. It's probably discussed in another thread that I missed, so I don't know about it.
| 6:59 pm on Jun 21, 2014 (gmt 0)|
TIA doesn't actually belong to Amazon, does it? They just crawl from aws ranges.
| 1:08 am on Jun 22, 2014 (gmt 0)|
I don't know about archive.org's crawling bases, AWS or otherwise. That said, a major "Institutional Supporter" of Archive.org is Alexa -- an Amazon company. https://archive.org/about/credits.php
"Alexa's operation includes archiving of webpages as they are crawled. This database served as the basis for the creation of the Internet Archive accessible through the Wayback Machine. In 1998, the company donated a copy of the archive, two terabytes in size, to the Library of Congress. Alexa continues to supply the Internet Archive with Web crawls." [en.wikipedia.org...]
Thus I reckon Archive.org's data, tracking and stats get accessed by Amazon in some way, shape, or form, thus my POV: "Amazon's archive.org".
Sidling back to memorybot -- archivethe.net appears to have different connections.