[thelist] Finding Past Version of a Website

Jay Fitzgerald jayfitz at bayou.com
Fri Nov 21 13:09:00 CST 2003

The Wayback Machine may help - although I am not sure how close to the 
current date they archive or what their schedule is for doing so.




At 12:00 PM 11/21/2003, you wrote:
>Hi guys,
>Is there any way to find the past version of a website? A client referenced
>a third party conference website as a perfect example of the kind of site
>they had in mind for our project. Unfortunately, the conference was last
>month and all that's left is a summary. Is there any way to get a copy of
>the site before it changed?
>I've tried Google's cache, but they've already re-indexed the site. I
>remember reading about Internet archive projects that try to archive past
>versions of the Web, but I can't find any for the life of me. Does anyone
>have any ideas, short of asking the webmaster for a copy (which I might do)?
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