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Today I accessed an old delicious bookmark only to find that the page has gone away. Is there any service which would keep a cached copy of my delicious bookmarks, so I can always access it. (The page in question was found on google cache, but I consider it sheer luck)

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I am using mypagehub.com service. I also usually post relevant links in twitter and this service helps me keeping all links (from delicious and twitter) in one place with full-text search on pages contents, cache storing, etc. But you are free to only integrate it with delicious.

Try it out - you might like it.

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Oh, and it's free! –  user8960 Feb 24 '11 at 7:20
    
Thanks. Exactly what I needed. –  Midhat Feb 24 '11 at 7:41
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Well if you can still find it on Google Cache and it is just the one page you want simply copy and paste it in Notepad (Editor on Mac) and then save it as a HTML file.

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so essentially "roll your own" –  Midhat Feb 23 '11 at 7:53
    
@Midhat yes but what is the page? –  Benny Feb 23 '11 at 7:54
    
@benny darksleep.com/lucene –  Midhat Feb 23 '11 at 7:58
    
@Midhat and the Google Cache URL too please? –  Benny Feb 23 '11 at 8:01
    
@Midhat found it email me at ben@bens-wiki.co.cc and I will send you the HTML file –  Benny Feb 23 '11 at 8:02
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I'm using a service called historio.us. It's like Google for your bookmarks including a cache feature that will be kept for you indefinitely. It lacks though some of the soshul features of delicious you might like.

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