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May 26, 2008

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Alan Levine

What a fab project, and instigated by students, yay.

One of my favroite long running web sites is Ghost Sites, by Steve Baldwin, who has been tracking disappearing web sites since 1996

http://www.disobey.com/ghostsites


"Ghost Sites of the Web: Where Dead Sites Live On... Where Web Disasters Are Still Fresh"

Identifying and critiquing aging, abandoned, and derelict web sites since 1996. Includes a Web 1.0 screenshot library, essays, and "The Museum of Interactive Failure."

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