wayback machine



#2

Interesting website that archives old web pages, including this one.

http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://hpmuseum.org


#3

Cool. I just found my old homepage!!!

Matthias

#4

It doesn't compleatly archive the contents though. Pictures are only displayed if they are still online for example

Still, it is a very interesting site! Thanks for letting us know!

Harry


#5

<i>It doesn't compleatly archive the contents though. Pictures are only displayed if they are still online for example</i>

I don't know about that. Some pictures get archived. I'm not sure exactly what logic they use to archive information, though -- one time, it had archived an EXE. I was very happy, because I was looking for that EXE, a copy of an abandoned game.


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