[DWJ] DWJ Website on "Wayback Machine"

Meredith MacArdle meredithxyz at googlemail.com
Thu Jan 26 05:40:35 EST 2017


Thanks, that would be brilliant. I need to re-do lots of stuff and come up
with a new name, so it will be a while before I'm ready

cheers, Meredith

On 25 January 2017 at 22:14, <deborah.dwj at suberic.net> wrote:

> Meredith, let me know if you need a home for the old website. I'm not
> even saying that we put it under the umbrella of Chrestomanci Castle;
> I can host it under its own domain name just as easily.
>
> Which would be kind of funny,  come to think of it.
>
> Debbie, the Internet archive is a great resource. It's a nonprofit that
> works  to get regular snapshots of as many webpages as it can. It goes
> way back into the early days of the Internet, as well. Also, if you go
> to the top level (https://archive.org/), You'll see that they have a lot
> of other materials as well: public domain media, audio recordings,
> software. Really useful and entertaining things.  It turns out to be a
> great place to watch  mid-20th century public service announcements.
>
> -deborah
>
>
> On Wed, 25 Jan 2017, Debbie Gascoyne wrote:
>
> Hello everyone
>> Do you remember I said I had contacted Maureen Speller Kincaid about an
>> interview she did for "Charmed Lives" and was asking about the old
>> website?  Well, she responded with a link to something called "the Wayback
>> Machine" - obviously a web archive - which still has the website!
>>
>> So for the person who was asking about the poems, and for anyone else who
>> might want material from this page, here is the link:
>>
>> https://web.archive.org/web/20160423025051/http://www.leemac
>> .freeserve.co.uk/index.htm
>>
>> Meredith: hopefully this will save you some time scrabbling around looking
>> for things :)
>>
>> cheers,
>>
>> Debbie
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