garethb2 at EARTHLINK.NET
Mon Apr 29 17:17:25 UTC 2002
Yes, it's a godsend for those of us who've written for numerous online
magazines and sites over the years that do not exist anymore. Thanks to
the Wayback Machine, I can grab all of the content and html to re-create
the pieces I should have printed out for my clips file years ago.
"ANNE V. GILBERT" wrote:
> To which I will add the Wayback Machine(in the Internet sense)is a very good
> site and if you've lost something precious from your hard drives by
> accidentally deleting it, you may well find it there. I did. Sorry for the
> plug, folks, but the site's so good I just couldn't resist.
> Anne G
> > BTW: The "wayback machine" is also the name given to the technology used
> > to access old Web pages at The Internet Archive (www.archive.org).
> > Kim & Rima McKinzey wrote:
> > >
> > > >...> >> Set the wayback machine to 1983.
> > > >>
> > > >> IIRC, the "wayback machine" was from the "Bullwinkle" cartoon show
> > > >>the early 1960's.
> > > >
> > > >Absolutely! Sherman & Mr. Peabody.
> > >
> > > And have you heard they might be bringing back Winky Dink? Even
> > >
> > > Rima
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