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Topic # 8922 7-Aug-2006 08:47
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What's the story with Stuff? I don't usually link to any article on that on-line newspaper because it seems they have a policy of removing content after a certain time, breaking links. Don't they like to be linked?

Also, there's no search facility (or one that works).

Any ideas?






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  Reply # 43404 7-Aug-2006 09:20
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I think they have subscription option for "research" and archiving purposes.




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Reply # 43417 7-Aug-2006 12:07
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I wouldnt pay for current stuff content, let alone archives!!







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  Reply # 43435 7-Aug-2006 17:01
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I've just noticed that today too when I was doing some researching. I noticed that Google's Caching service does not work on it either.

Just use that NZ Herald tip I gave earlier :D

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