The Memory Hole

| August 28, 2002

The Memory Hole, website review by Julie Madsen
Just to ensure that the Orwellian 'memory hole' remains a thing of fiction (the reality of that fictitiousness being debatable,) this website endeavors to 'preserve and spread material that is in danger of being lost, is hard to find, or is not widely known. The emphasis is on material that exposes things that we're not supposed to know (or that we're supposed to forget.)' This ad-free site, funded mostly by its creator, refuses to let corporate execs, government officials and others in power drown the stories that aren't exactly advantageous to their careers, and keeps such information on the surface with its collection of government files, corporate memos, reports, court documents, and much more.
--Julie Madsen
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