Gizmodo reports that the Wayback Machine, the part of the Internet Archive that preserves web sites, is getting its own search engine. That’s good news in that the only way one can use the archive now is by typing in a URL. There are 439 Billion pages in the Archive. The web from my perspective is still a chaotic place despite its sophistication. Stuff comes and goes, and it’s not just Facebook posts. This development should be a vast improvement for researchers.