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Re: [vox-tech] google cache not giving me love.
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Re: [vox-tech] google cache not giving me love.

Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
Not understanding how to use Google cache.

I have a broken link:


which I was able to find, via a normal google search (and clicking "cache"
instead of the main result link):

However, I should be able to type:


but Google complains that the search didn't match any documents.  How come I
was able to find the page using a normal Google search and clicking "cache",
but I can't find the page using a cache: search?

The reason why I care is that there's another page:


which is also broken.  I'd like to snatch a cached version of the page and
store it for posterity.  And, of course,


doesn't work either.

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While I don't have a direct answer to your question I would recommend that you give the Wayback machine from the Internet Archive a try http://www.archive.org/web/web.php

from June 2003 http://web.archive.org/web/20020603202937/http://www.dancefreak.com/dance_styles.htm

One reason google may not keep cached pages beyond a certain time frame?
The internet archive is permanent, I forgot how many TB they're up to now (1000+)

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