| 3:19 pm on Sep 4, 2003 (gmt 0)|
That is an excellent tool. Thanks for that.
It doesn't seem to graph things if the url pool is too small.
| 8:12 pm on Sep 4, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Wow! That's a new reall search engine, I guess! Even theme clustering, Categories, Topics ... i'm very impressed -> bookmarked! This is great news, heini - thanks for spotting it!
Ohps, why does a search return my site allthough its not listed at archive.org (since ia_archiver is disallowed to index it)? Are they using alexa data? Hmm ...
| 8:24 pm on Sep 4, 2003 (gmt 0)|
at last - i think they must have been planning this for so long - it could be an absolutely brilliant tool and so useful.
also with 11 billion pages - kinda puts Google and FAST in their place :)
| 12:10 pm on Sep 7, 2003 (gmt 0)|
>11 billion pages
I suppose this number includes all time snapshots from a page, or!? If so, i wonder how many "real" unique pages they indexed? The 11 billion pages could get cut down to just a few 100k unique pages. I can't find any number about the unique pages neither on archive.org nor on recall.archive.org.
| 9:31 am on Sep 8, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Great Tool! Well done to the Wayback machine :)
| 9:46 am on Sep 8, 2003 (gmt 0)|
This is amazing stuff, thanks Heini.
I can imagine it can come in handy with some copyright - who was first - stuff as well.
I do not seem to get their "before" data limiter working.
It seems to always show until April 2003?
Did not know there was a wayback forum either: [archive.org...]
Seems Wayback even has 30 billion pages - wonder why Anna Patterson limited herself to only 11 billion :)
| 7:14 am on Sep 13, 2003 (gmt 0)|
I found my website allright but it displays the URL as www.myurl.com:80
what is colon 80?
| 7:25 am on Sep 13, 2003 (gmt 0)|
>what is colon 80?
The port number.