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____/ JeffM on Thursday 21 Jul 2011 06:39 : \____
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> Did this guy change his name from van Winkle?
> This isn't anything like *new*.
> Google's warnings for Windoze users
> have been around for a LONG time.
> Wanna find a bunch of sites run by criminals? It ain't difficult.
>  As some here may have noticed, I like Google's *Cached* pages.
> If you append &strip=1 to the URL, it feeds a page without graphics
> --well, except for background images 8-( --and without scripts.
> These rogue pages would be ideal candidates for using that trick,
> but Google in its wisdom doesn't offer a Cache of those pages.
Doesn't Google cache expire quite quickly compared to Web Archive (which
has financial issues?
~~ Best of wishes
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