The British Library, the National Library of Scotland, the National Library of Wales, Bodleian Libraries, Cambridge University Library and Trinity College Dublin, gain powers to archive the entire UK web, along with e-journals, e-books and other formats.
This film was made by Clay Interactive for the British Library. http://www.clayinteractive.co.uk/
Curators and other experts from all the participating libraries have chosen the 100 Websites to mark the passing of the new regulations. They will judge which will be essential reading for future generations researching our life and times in 2013. From the homepage of a Scottish bus shelter to big culture-changers like Facebook and eBay. the choices are here.
What do you think? They want to know.Which UK websites not included on this list would you want future generations to remember? Please note that the regulations enable us to archive websites that end in .uk, or that are created or published in the UK.
You can join the debate and tell us which websites would be on your list on Twitter using the #digitaluniverse hashtag…