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National Archives cracks Time's Top 50

Congrats to the National Archives on rocking the Web 2.0. Time has just run a list of its favorite 50 Web sites and on the list is the Archives' Digital Vaults.

Digital Vaults, which debuted last month, acts as a sort of a public gallery, displaying some of the most curious and important items in Archives' holdings. It is run by the Archives and the philanthropic group Foundation for the National Archives.

"You can get lost here for hours ' dusty, old documents have never looked so good," Time gushes.

It's been a month of accolades for Web sites. Last week, the Peace Corps took home a Webby Award for its site.

Posted by Joab Jackson on Jun 19, 2008 at 9:39 AM


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