These can be useful in accessing more information over the internet, looking at the changes in web design over the years, and elevating your hassle as you "surf the web." Also, if you did not know about internet caching before, this is a great start.
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Hw Assignment 12
In the Find lost Web Pages article on Wired.com, we are given quite a few methods and free services that help find pages that are bogged down or have been removed from the internet. These include Coral Cache, Google Cache, Internet Archive, and the Wayback Machine. The article also lists to web-based bookmarking services (Ma.gnolia and Del.icio.us) that have page caching features available.