Time Travel on the Internet: The Wayback Machine (use it with out-of-date GlossPost resources)
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Parrot  Identity Verified
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Jan 19, 2005

I'm indebted for this resource to Kim Metzger, and have been testing it for the past few days in connection with reviving currently dead-end links in GlossPost.

The Wayback Machine enables you to browse content cached at the Internet Archive as far back as 1996 and "restore" web pages to the state they were in at roughly approximate dates.

http://www.archive.org/index.php

You can sign in as a regular user and get a virtual library card for your personal use, or come by occasionally to check and revive dead links. Please note that normal security restrictions will be applicable.

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2005-01-19 14:22]


 

Deborah Shannon  Identity Verified
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A dream come true Jan 19, 2005

Parrot wrote:

I'm indebted for this resource to Kim Metzger, and have been testing it for the past few days in connection with reviving currently dead-end links in GlossPost.


And I'm indebted to you for the idea of using it to track down dead glossary links - two missing-in-action specimens found safe and well already. Now to work out how one goes about reviving them...

This is great, like discovering there's a secret "out-of-print and hard-to-find" shelf out the back of the bookshop!
Thank you very much, Parrot.


 

Parrot  Identity Verified
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You'll have to add the site to your 'work' favorites Jan 19, 2005

Deborah Shannon wrote:

Now to work out how one goes about reviving them...


They're not really revived. What you see is a kind of 'ghost' in caché memory. Albeit, operative.


 


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