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Topic # 11773 11-Feb-2007 12:18
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Check the URL...

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  Reply # 60408 11-Feb-2007 12:31
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They take out their own URLs now?



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  Reply # 60409 11-Feb-2007 12:33
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Extreme Content Expiration.




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  Reply # 60412 11-Feb-2007 13:09
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So they can charge for their archive service. Then people wanting previous articles have no choice but to try google cache, pay stuff, or try a different news site.




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  Reply # 60414 11-Feb-2007 13:21
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Yeah, it's the pay-archive ... costs $1 per search and $5 per download plus GST, or more depending on what you're after.

Ouch. Wonder how many customers they have at those rates?




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  Reply # 60425 11-Feb-2007 15:33
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Doesnt that go against the W3 recommendations on the web?

Yet their source code implies that they are trying to follow it?


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