• Digital born internet projects in the Digital Humanities and in other fields of study are constantly being started while others are being terminated. Of those that are successful in the long run, they undergo numerous changes over time. Most of these projects and their evolution are not well documented. For many reasons, researchers and scholars are not very willing to self-archive their projects. We cannot rely only on big internet archiving initiatives like the Internet Archive to document for us our digital heritage. With the aim of encouraging the planning and creation of an archive from the early stages of projects, this paper presents the simple process through which an archive of TAPoR (Text Analysis Portal for Research) was created and deposited using existing free to use somewhere and file formats that will ensure that the archive is easily accessible to future digital archaeologists.