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Use the wayback machine. It is on, has been crawling the web for a long time, saving pages. In the top center box is the Wayback machine. Put the URL you want to view there (note the Http:// is already there) and if it has taken any snapshots, you will see a timeline at the top of the page showing you ...


The server at certainly does caching. I have a demo up an running over there and was able to determine that the server sets Last-Modified which allows a client to use If-Modified-Since and get 304 from the server if the data has not been modified since it was last fetched. The server also sets CacheControl: max-age=600. I'm not cache specialist ...


There's no "cache of links" - links are plain-text references to location on the Internet and your computer shows you either the link or whatever destination the link redirects you to. Thus, if you end up on a wrong page, it means either the links on your Facebook business page are pointing to the bad page, or the problem with your site isn't fixed, or your ...


Wikipedia has useful bookmarklets accessing's Wayback Machine here


Hmm I am using Firefox 3.6.2 and for some reason the cached link does not appear. Neither does the 'Similar' link. However when viewing the same search results in IE, both links are there. So I can only assume something odd is happening in my local installation of Firefox or for some reason that particular version of Firefox removes the links. Anyway, ...


Make an URL removal request at The few times i used the tool, it took less than a week for the requests to be processed.


It's a bug that YouTube needs to fix. As the player is Flash, there's no possible workaround for this issue. But there's a better way to watch YouTube videos from a PC video player called VLC, if you don't have VLC, search the web for download links. Open VLC Player -> Click the Media tab in the menu bar -> Select Open Network Stream and paste the video to ...


On an absolute lark, I tried out their new (from the "Options" menu), and the memory usage seems to have dropped from 250M down to 143M. I'm not sure if the newer site uses a different framework or if they are doing something differently with the message caching, but this seems like a good solution for the time being.

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