Hey Reddit! We are the folks behind the Internet Archive. We are really good at saving lots of stuff and putting it online forever, for free. We're trying to create the Web we want. Ask us anything!
We're Mark Graham, Director of the Wayback Machine, Alexis Rossi, Director of Collections, and Jason Scott, Free Range Archivist.
We work at the Internet Archive — an organization that seeks to preserve the world's cultural heritage and to provide open access to our shared knowledge in the digital era, supporting the work of historians, scholars, journalists, students, the blind and reading disabled, as well as the general public. The Internet Archive's digital collections include more than 40 petabytes of data: 340 billion Web pages, moving images (2.2 million films and videos), audio (3.5 million recordings, 170,000 live concerts), texts (14 million texts including 3 million digital books), software (100,000 items) and television (5 million hours).
And proof: - https://ia601505.us.archive.org/12/items/InternetArchiveRedditAMAProof/IMG_8423.JPG - https://ia601505.us.archive.org/12/items/InternetArchiveRedditAMAProof/Image from iOS (6).jpg - https://ia601505.us.archive.org/12/items/InternetArchiveRedditAMAProof/Image from iOS (7).jpg
EDIT: Thanks for asking all these great questions! We're out of time, but you can always find us in the archive. :-) -- Alexis, Mark, & Jason