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In the right hand pane select Board Menu and Archived Items This will display a list of Archived Items. You then click the Send to Board button on the item and it will be reinstated to your board.


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You'll never be able to ensure that it's not archived/captured somewhere. Depending on how quickly your content gets crawled by the search engines you probably need to ask them to remove it. (How to get content removed from Google) Even if you do this with the big three search engines there are countless other bots crawling the web that may have captured ...


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Unsubscribe. The posts you've already downloaded will remain searchable.


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In the History section in the navigation options on the left-hand side. You can click History to view everything, or one of the sub-options such as Voicemail.


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If you were a user at Digg before they have an archive tool, see more information in the following link http://blog.digg.com/post/30538134581/the-digg-archive The archive tool is here. I don't know if it's working or not but you can try.


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Try inputting the Digg URL to the Wayback Machine. It looks like they have the Digg homepage archived going back 10 years, so they may have cached copies of your links.


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RSS and Atom feeds by default are volatile data sources. Hence they are subject of unlimited polling. There are technical workarounds, but there is no guarantee that majority of client-side software is written properly to reduce/limit polling. Granted above, whoever considers to become archive.org-of-feeds, must undertake significant infrastructure effort, ...


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When you change domains it is possible to merge Yammer networks. This allows the old network to exist as an external network you can access. Merges must be requested through a support ticket to Microsoft. The alternative is to use the Data Export feature to get a ZIP file of all messages in CSV format and files posted.


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Append id_ to the end of the date string in the url. http://web.archive.org/web/19981111184551/http://google.com/ (Header shown) http://web.archive.org/web/19981111184551id_/http://google.com/ (No header) Source: http://faq.web.archive.org/page-without-wayback-code/ If you want to view a page from the Wayback Machine that does not have all of the ...


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You might be able to accomplish this with a tie-in to the Way Back Machine if the syndication was stored on the site as actual XML files. If it was dynamically generated from a database (as most modern CMS's will do) I think your solution would indeed need to have been listening since forever. If the site isn't particularly popular or doesn't show well in ...


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Depending on how serious the "regrettable content" is, trying to remove it may backfire if you get noticed. In other words, watch out for the Barbara Streisand Effect. Follow the suggestions made by other answers, but don't assume you can remove it from everywhere. Be aware that legal challenges and loud requests to remove content from sites you don't own ...


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Google Vault is a step on the way of integrating Postini-like services more nicely into Google Apps. That is, Google will probably at some point discontinue Postini-as-we-know-it, when all the relevant features have been reimplemented in Google Apps. Thus, Google is transitioning Postini accounts to the respective Google features, including Google Vault. ...


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I've been having the same problem. I changed my email address on Twitter to one of my other addresses, got the email confirmation message and confirmed it, then changed it right back, then got another confirmation email. Once I confirmed that one, it allowed me to run my archive. It seems like it just needed to get a little kick to get that email ...


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For whatever reason, I found that the Yahoo address I was using would simply not accept the confirmation emails. I tried adding Twitter as a safe sender to no avail; the emails never showed up in Spam or anywhere else. I then changed my Twitter account to use another Yahoo address, and it worked. The confirmation process for the new address was initiated ...


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I had been having this same problem as well. I saw a tweet that said if you have email notifications disabled, it won't send. Hopefully that will fix the problem. It didn't fix mine but it fixed several others'.


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Try the Internet Archive Wayback Machine which has archived over 150 billion web pages from 1996 to a few months ago. Most sites if not all on the sites on the Web are archived at intervals.


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Wordpress uses gravatars just like StackExchange sites source. Gravatar uses a hash of your email to identify you and return your avatar. By providing your email (same one you use here?), that's all Gravatar needs. Other than trying to do a search on Google or your preferred search engine, I don't think this would be possible.


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In my case, it took about 3 weeks for my request archive to become undimmed. I never got it to change to the resend email link. Using safari on a macbook pro running os10.9.1 with all updates applied. I also never got an email with the link in it containing the archive dl thing. My source for this is also personal experience. Here is a screenshot of the ...


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It would appear that a new archive of your tweets from Twitter can be requested every seven days or so. Source: personal experience of now seeing a button to request an archive again, roughly 7 days after the date of the prior archive that has been generated.


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There's no easy way to do about this - you'll have to rely on a bit of a luck that: Google has indexed the page & added to it's Web Cache. To find if this is done, search Google with the URL as the search keyword. If Google has indexed the page & stored to it's webcache, you'll find the link to it Alternatively, if you're using Google Chrome, ...


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Click < Show Sidebar then Menu then Archive to see your archived items. Once there you can add them back to your board.


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There's not a lot you can do with regard to Google (and other search engine) caches. You can request page removal, but it's not going to be automatic. If you were quick with the removal then the page might not have been indexed so you might not have the problem. If the page has been indexed then you can request that Google re-index your site. You need to ...


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Closest I can figure is to move the feeds to a separate tag, then just ignore those. If you unsubscribe a feed, any of the feed's entries that you have starred will remain in your starred list.



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